- Comedian Frank Donga has shared some personal thoughts about the next general elections
- According to Donga, the elections may likely be between the ruling political party and Nigerian youths
- Donga’s submission elicited mixed reactions from his followers on social media
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In light of the recent EndSARS protest, a lot of Nigerians have hailed the courage and resilience of youths in the country and one such person is popular comedian, Frank Donga.
The comic actor recently shared a personal opinion about the 2023 general elections and what the possible outcome may be.
Donga while acknowledging that he does not know a lot about politics said there’s a likelihood that the upcoming election will be a battle between the ruling political party and Nigerian youths.
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See his post below:
Donga’s post garnered different reactions from his followers with some of them urging youths to endeavour to get their voter’s card ready for the 2023 elections.
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Read comments below:
"I urge every youth out there should get there voters card ready."
"I comment in peace..... The youth era is here."
"I just hope our youths will support this no backing o."
"Enough said! And trust me, this time around it's not gonna be business as usual."
Enough of the 'Devil will know is better than the angel we just met' We need new Angels for now and if they turn out to be Devil later, they will be re-elected again."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that some celebrities have made it clear that the current fight against police brutality in the country is not to create an avenue for cyber fraudsters to continue with their crimes.
Actress Belinda Effah and comedienne Lizzy Jay took to their respective Instagram pages to call out youths engaged in internet fraud.
According to them, it is the next ill to be battled after police brutality.
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