The whole world is currently praising Nigerians over the successful conduct of the 2015 Presidential elections which has been talk of the town with many predicting doom and having the fear that the country was going to divide.
But many were surprised at how President Goodluck Jonathan conceded defeat by sending a congratulatory message to the President elect, Muhammadu Buhari over his victory.
Though there were mini reports of violence in some areas, Nollywood actress, Ngozi Nwosu, has warned youths that as they prepare for the remaining part of the elections which is the governorship and the House of Representative elections, they should remember that those they are fighting for do not have their children base in Nigeria.
“You and I don’t own oil wells and private jets, then what are we fighting for? They want you to be counted as casualties so there would be a case. Please say no to violence! If GEJ wins he won’t feed his village. If Buhari wins he won’t feed his village, and nothing will change. There is no time a government will solve all your problems. There are more beggars and homeless people in the U.S than Nigeria even in Obama’s backyard in Chicago homeless people queue up for food handouts daily,” she stated.