Elections: How Nigerian Celebs Reacted To INEC’s Abandonment Of NYSC Members [SEE]

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NYSC members sleeping in a danfo bus.

Nigerian celebrities have reacted to the alleged abandonment of members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) following the postponement of the 2019 elections by the electoral umpire.

Accoridng to reports, some of the NYSC members who were dur to work as INEC AD-HOC staff in the 2019 presidential elections had to sleep outside without protection and proper accommodation.

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Pictures showed on social media show corps members sleeping in open areas ahead of election.

This has generated reactions online as Nigerians including celebrities have reacted to the photos.

READ ALSO: POSTPONED ELECTIONS: I’m Disappointed In You, Buhari Tells INEC [FULL STATEMENT]

Many of the celebrities lamented the poor arrangements by INEC and its officials.

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This is really sad!!!! #Repost @debolalagos with @repostsaveapp · · · #NigeriaDecides More than the potponement is this physical and mental abuse on Nigerians in every way, by every government, at every level. Sometimes it’s almost as if there’s a clear strategy from the Leaders to ensure the people hate Nigeria, causing so much hardship at every turn which forces the people to disconnect and not care about anything including who leads them, collective good rather personal success which includes migration. The sense of helplessness you feel at this 2am out in the cold on an assignment to serve your country is almost an automatic conclusion of hopelessness in the possibility of a working Nigeria. So if you ever wonder why Nigerians struggle to be excellent within Nigeria, are cynical and removed, can easily join in on Internet scam and all the ills, this is it @inecnigeria if you keep saying you were prepared, take a look at these photos and get the answer right there. They deserve better. Nigerians deserve an announcement 24 hours at the least. A leader should have made the projection, then the call. Doing it at 3am doesn’t communicate preparedness, it’s bad leadership.

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