Popular journalist, Chief Dele Momodu has taken to social media to lament over the state of the electoral system in Nigeria.
The former presidential candidate made this statement following the violence that marred the elections held in Kogi and Bayelsa States over the weekend.
The journalist expressed that elections in Nigeria are now won with violence and protest against government policies are met with judicial lynching.
He went further to point out that the state of nation caused by the present administration has been unfair to past leaders who fought for Nigeria’s democracy.
See his tweet below:
Isn't it sad that many of us have lost interest and faith in the electoral process and protest? The former is won through violence, the latter frustrated via Judicial lynching! It is grossly unfair to those who fought with sweat and blood for the Democracy we prayed to enjoy…
— Dele Momodu Ovation (@DeleMomodu) November 18, 2019