Anita Natacha Akide, also known as Tacha, a former Big Brother Naija housemate, has taken a dig at Nigerians who are calling for President Muhammadu Buhari’s resignation.
In a video posted to her Twitter account, the reality star confirmed that Buhari will not quit office until his term is finished.
She claimed that the only way for Nigerians to realize their dreams of having capable leaders in positions of authority is for them to engage in the democratic process, which involves voting in elections.
Tacha also slammed Nigerians who are still fast to take to social media to rant, citing a recent by-election in Abia State where only a small number of registered voters turned out to vote.
“Nigerians forming woke but na we silly pass. So now it’s Buhari must go that is currently trending.
“Everyone in Nigeria knows that Buhari is not going anywhere until he completes his tenure so what is the need really?
“There was a by-election in Abia state and out of 500,000 registered voters, only 16,000 came out to vote. That is like 3 people out of 100 people. It is as good as nothing.
“How do we keep complaining about bad governance and we do not want to get involved in governance.
“How do you get involved in governance? By seeing it as an obligation to use your voter cards to vote. The voter card is not going to vote by itself. You need to use it.
“That mindset of ours need to change. We want good governance, we need to vote in good governance.” She said.
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