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Elections manifest themselves as selection Pete Edochie reacts
Veteran Nollywood actor, Chief Pete Edochie has simply described Nigeria’s general elections as ‘selection’ manifested in the just concluded presidential poll.
The Actor asserted in a statement posted on Tuesday via Instagram to mark his 76th birthday celebration.
He noted the increasingly disturbing situation in the country has left him unhappy.
Pointing out the critical areas, Edochie lamented the continued scarcity of cash which is being promised by Mohammadu Buhari’s led administration to be for the good of the people.
Partly read: “I’m 76 today and thank God who has brought me thus far. I should be happy today but I’m not because I can’t go to the bank to withdraw money that belongs to me and was told it’s for my own good.
The veteran actor went on to decry the troubling situation being experienced by Nigerians to get petrol, he continued: “I can’t go to the filling station and buy fuel for my car, again must be for my own good.
Chief Pete also disclosed how light outage frustrates him including the poll which has turned selection: “Electricity has been epileptic and has even now become worse.
“Elections manifest themselves as selection and tried to find out why but no one offered any explanation, so I said to myself, ‘Pete, it must be for your own good’.”