“Change is healthy, there must be a shift” Pero Adeniyi shares her thoughts ahead of 2023 gubernatorial elections

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Pero Adeniyi, the second baby mama of singer 2Baba, has shared her thoughts on Lagos state ahead of the 2023 gubernatorial elections, which are scheduled for March 11 across thirty-one out of thirty-six states in Nigeria.

The mother of four took to Instagram to give advice to Lagosians on how to improve their lives and put an end to godfatherism in the state.

According to Pero, the majority of those clamoring for the All Progressive Congress (APC) to continue governing the state have other options to fall back on if things don’t go well.

She stated the obvious, stating that this group of people does not have children who attend school in Nigeria, they do not rely on public health care, and they do not use public transportation to get around. She charged that Lagosians should wake up because the party in question has ruled the state for more than two decades.

Pero stated that change is good and that there must be a power shift. She did, however, point out that selecting the right leader transcends religion, tribe, and age. While acknowledging that she has options because she lives in the United States of America, she stated that she is advocating for change because people are suffering, citing a Lagos State Government-owned hospital as an example.

She raised an important question about whether health care should be considered a luxury or a necessity. Pero has requested that those who are uncomfortable with her shared ideas unfollow her.

She wrote: “Most of the elites shouting Apc must continue in Lagos have options. Ask them if their children school in Nigeria, ask them if they use general hospital, are they entering bus or keke napep. You guys better wake up! They have ruled Lagos for more than 20 yrs why must it be so?

“Marwa was the military gov of Lagos State he did excellent (operation sweep) Change is healthy!!! There must be a shift. It has nothing to do with tribe, age or religion! I like in America. I have options! I am only advocating for change because people are suffering! Really suffering, too! Pls go to general hospital Gbagada then come back and tell me how Lagos is working. Should healthcare be luxury or a necessity? If you visit this hospital then you will know why change is necessary at this time. FYI if you don’t like what I post you know what to do! Unfollow button is there for a reason. Thank You!”

"Change is healthy, there must be a shift" Pero Adeniyi shares her thoughts ahead of 2023 gubernatorial elections

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