“Lagos is no longer the centre of excellence” – Uche Maduagwu laments following electoral violence in Lagos State

Following a spate of violence across the state, the 2023 gubernatorial election will be etched in the minds of Lagos residents.

Uche Maduagwu, a Nollywood actor, has reacted to the violence that occurred earlier in the day in Lagos State, which resulted in the disenfranchisement of many people.

According to social media reports and videos, political thugs invaded various parts of the state to intimidate and prevent people from voting.

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While thugs allegedly prevented Ndi Igbo from voting in some parts of the state, people were stopped regardless of tribe so long as they did not vote for the All Progressive Party candidate and incumbent governor of the state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

Maduagwu stated on his Instagram page that the elections have revealed to everyone that Lagos State is no longer a “Centre of Excellency,” but rather a haven for thuggery.

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Maduagwu, who admitted that his emotions got the best of him, said he wept as thugs attacked voters because he had never seen anything like it in his thirty years in the state.

He wrote: “This 2023 governorship election has shown the world that Lagos is no longer the centre of excellency but now centre of thuggery. I wept bitterly after seeing how thugs chassed and fight innocent voters in broad day light, in my 30 years of living in Lagos, I have never seen this ugly incident. Shame on APC government.

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