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Election Budget Should Have Gone To Rebuild Hospitals And Schools – Singer Simi Says As She Calls Out INEC

The 2023 election budget, according to singer Simisola Ogunleye-Kosoko, better known by her stage name Simi, should have been spent to repair hospitals and schools.

On March 20, she called out INEC and announced this via her Twitter account.

She tweeted: “300 billion naira budget for this joke of an election. @inecnigeria you might have as well given them back the money to fix some hospitals and schools and just used finger to point at the people you wanted to select.”

She added: “The blatant rigging and nobody in power addressed it. Lol. Giant problem of Africa. 

“Anybody that saw the disenfranchisement and didn’t condemn it better keep their prayers for Nigeria. She doesn’t need prayers from people like you.”

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Election budget should have been used to fix hospitals and schools ? Singer Simi says as she calls out INEC
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