Denola Grey, a Nigerian content creator, actor, and fashion consultant has condemned the rate of electoral violence in most parts of Lagos State as a result of the ongoing governorship and state house of assembly elections.
He would no longer want to be friends with anyone who openly supports the ruling party, according to the fashion icon (APC).
Taking to his Twitter platform, Demola Grey wrote: “It’s only someone/people that know they don’t deserve to win something that will lie, steal, cheat and be violent to get it.
If your house is clean, you put your best foot forward and hope that the outcome is beneficial to the people you claim to care about. simple.
All this because of greed? Because you want to steal and “chop” money that doesn’t belong to you? Curses are too calm. Hell is too cold. Honestly if you support APC you’re complicit. I do not respect you. I don’t want you around me. There is no room for neutrality in this. This is blatant evil.”
This comes after Nollywood actress Kate Henshaw took to social media to call out Rasheedat Adu, the chairman of Eti-Osa local government.
The actress, who is at her polling unit for the Lagos state governorship election, added that the politician tried to use her thugs to intimidate her.
Henshaw, further claimed that Adu probably got hostile toward her because she told her off during the presidential election.
The actress, in a video on Twitter, revealed that the politician came to rile the people in the local government against her and issued instructions in Yoruba to her thugs hanging around.
According to Henshaw, people were chanting slogans, and one of Adu’s men said he would slap her while another pointed at her from a distance.
She also added that the politician probably tried to intimidate her because she got told off during the presidential election.
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