- Actress Iyabo Ojo recently revealed the two parties that she will never vote for again in her life
- Iyabo said that she will not campaign, support, or vote for PDP and APC
- Reacting to the tweet, Nigerians agreed with the actress, while hailing her
Nigerians have not stopped talking about the peaceful protests and the attitude of the government towards it. Many are now looking forward to the 2023 elections to demand better governance.
Nollywood actress Iyabo Ojo, who has been very vocal about the protest while speaking against the ills of the government, recently took to her social media page to share her plans about the next elections.
According to the mother of two, she will never support, campaign, or vote for the two main parties, the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) again.
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The film star stated that even if she has members of the two parties in her family, she would not vote or campaign for them.
Iyabo said that a new Nigeria is needed, hence, the need to stop recycling.
As expected, the film star's tweet got people talking as they aired their thoughts.
Many hailed her for her decision, noting it is the right thing to do.
Some people had other thoughts about her decision.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported about Iyabo Ojo's plan to return to school as she revealed that she's an ND graduate.
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The mother of two said she gave up schooling for her children. Noting that she does not regret it, the actress said she would be returning to school soon to complete her dreams.
Iyabo shared this while encouraging her fans and followers not to allow anybody to look down on them especially if they are limited academically.
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