The singer, who had earlier advised Nigerians, to go out and vote and stay safe at the same time, called the attention of the Nigerian Police and the electoral body, INEC to the incident along Ago Place Way.

The DMW boss was reacting to a video posted by a twitter handle @Chioma Obi.

The video shows the aftermath of a polling unit that was vandalized by thugs with destroyed electoral materials and ballot boxes scattered around.

“They can't intimidate anybody! Continue to report all you witness!! This country belongs to us! Enough is enough! Where are the personnel on the ground?! People can't do this and go free!!” he tweeted.


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He also advised voters who had cast their votes to remain vigilant as the coalition had begun in many polling units across Lagos and other parts of the country.

“Proud of Nigerians nationwide! Keep watching. Keep reporting! Down to collation and announcement! We must monitor all!!” he added.

See his tweets below:

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