The 2015 general elections in Nigeria is just days away and gladiators in the game have started doing everything possible to woo the electorates, who are the major deciders.
Already, the polity has been heated up and there are fears that if urgent steps are not quickly taken, the polls may turn something else.
Many people, including the Western countries, commended the last general election in Ghana and other African countries were urged to emulate it.
Just when some Nigerian celebrities are being used by various politicians to canvass for votes, Ghanaian movie star, Juliet Ibrahim has called for a violent free election. She wants Nigeria to conduct a free and fair election.
“United we stand for peace! #ballotNotBullet Peaceful elections Nigeria #nonViolentElections," she wrote.
It would be recalled that 2Face Idibia and his wife, Annie, are championing a violent free election in the coming elections.