2023: Nigerian Celebrities Anticipate Coming General Elections



2023: Nigerian Celebrities Anticipate Coming General Elections

Nigerians are voraciously anticipating the coming 2023 presidential election. They are looking forward to decide their fate about the rulership of the next four years.

The 2023 presidential election will be coming up on Saturday, February 25.

This would be one of the fiercest presidential contest in modern Nigerian history; the primary contenders are Labour Party’s Peter Obi, All Progressive Congress (APC) Bola Ahmed Tinubu and People Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar.

It is important to note that there are eighteen (18) contenders for the zenith position of the nation, however, the aforementioned candidates have been able to gain intense popularity since their respective party’s primary election.

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With five days to go prior the election exercise, MDB has garnered comments from notable celebrities ahead of the contest.

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Here is what they have to say:

  1. Mary Remmy-Njoku Wants Nigerians To ‘Stop Disturbing God’
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Mary Njoku

Leading Nigerian actress and businesswoman, Mary Njoku has admonished her fellow countrymen to desist from ‘disturbing God’ with prayers and simply take actions by voting their ideal presidential candidate into power.

Njoku shared her opinion on her Instagram story that despite the overwhelming numbers of churches and mosques in the country, it still suffers from issues that are basic.

She wrote that the nation needs to be more in tune and tackle physical problems head-on instead of waiting for spiritual intervention, warning that the nation will fail if this continues.

Dear Nigerians, We have physical problems.

Stop invoking spiritual solutions.

Nigeria has a high number of churches and mosques so we have plenty of anointing.

But we don’t have food, infrastructure, security, health care, roads and physical justice. Jesus fed the crowd with physical bread and fish.

Not Spiritual.

Even with all our prayers God still never punish the bad politicians.

Isn’t this a sign that we should stop disturbing him with our physical problems! If you don’t want him, vote against him on Saturday!!!

Mary Njoku’s statement on IG
2. Tonto Dikeh Sends Out Stern Warning To Those Who Want To Disrupt Election
Tonto Dikeh Brags, Says She Has Never Failed In Leadership
Tonto Dikeh

Foremost Nigerian actress, who is also a politician, took to her Instagram page and hint that some individuals may be planning to cause problems regarding the elections.

Dikeh advised Nigerians ahead of the coming elections, urging them to respect other people’s choices for presidential candidates.

She wrote,

Politics doing what it has been doing from day one putting citizens up against each other.

Your choice is your choice, you can’t force another to seeing your candidate is the best when they feel there is the best too.. the energy you are using to fight someone else is using it to make sure voter’s cards don’t go out. Online is not reality.

See her post below.


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3. Peter Okoye Drags The Ruling Party

Peter Okoye
Peter Okoye

Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye who is a member of the popular music duo, P Square has taken to social media to berate governors of the ruling party, All Progressive Congress (APC) complaining about the Naira swap policy of the Federal government.

In a series of posts shared on Instastories, Peter stated that the governors should stop complaining because Nigerians are not complaining about the policy.

He claimed that Nigerians are used to the hardship inflicted on them by the APC government and are in support of the Naira swap policy despite the attendant hardship that has accompanied it.

Read his post below.

4. ‘Sege Don Tire Me’- Falz Cries Out


In a video shared on his Twitter account, Nigerian recording artiste, Falz expressed his disappointment in the current affairs of the state.

According to the renowned entertainment polymath, ‘Sege done tire me‘.

Sege is a colloquial word for adversity, struggle and turmoil. The rapper has been critical of the ruling party and has oftentimes spoken against injustice in the country.

Watch the video below.


5. Brymo Goes Tribalistic

Brymo has continued to verbally attack Igbos via his social media account.

Days after issuing an apology to the Igbos, the singer-songwriter once against demeaned the tribe.

Brymo who has been clamouring support for the presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Bola Ahmed Tinubu on Thursday, February 17 wrote, ‘F**k The Ndi Igbo‘.

His tweet reads,

Dey tweet screenshots like say I delete the original post .. make una no make say “fuck the Ndi Igbo” second time, please. – oops!! I did it again…


The 2023 Nigerian presidential election will be held on 25 February 2023 to elect the president and vice president of Nigeria. Incumbent APC President Muhammadu Buhari is term-limited and cannot seek re-election for a third term.

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