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Beauty Queen urges Nigerians to come out massively for Saturday’s election

Election Chidinma Aaron, 42nd Miss Nigeria has urged electorate to come out and exercise their civic responsibilities by voting for candidates of their choice in Saturday’s governorship and state House of Assembly elections. The Beauty Queen disclosed this while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Lagos. “My fellow Nigerians, as we […]

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Chidinma Aaron, 42nd Miss Nigeria has urged electorate to come out and exercise their civic responsibilities by voting for candidates of their choice in Saturday’s governorship and state House of Assembly elections.

The Beauty Queen disclosed this while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Lagos.

“My fellow Nigerians, as we draw closer to the elections slated for Saturday, across the country, I urge everyone to come out massively and vote.

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“We need to choose the right candidates for the Governorship and State House of Assembly elections as was done at the federal level,” she said.

According to her, let’s do well to vote our choice candidate in high spirits and for the supplementary elections which will hold in some parts of the country.

“There will be voting, where the general elections did not hold or was cancelled due to some reasons.

“In the same way, I plead with all of you, not to sell your vote, let us maintain peaceful conduct at the polling units; election is not war,” she said.

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The 25-year-old graduate of Business Administration from Lead City University, Ibadan, in Oyo state urged law enforcement agents to maintain decorum during the election.

“We should aid ourselves by staying safe, avoid wearing political party clothing or engaging in political argument and the likes at the polling units.

“We are moving Nigeria forward, let us not loose hope, let no ethnic difference bring a set back to the nation,” she said.

NNN reports that the 25-year-old queen succeeded Mildred Ehiguese, who was the 41st queen.

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