Nollywood actor, Kunle Remi, has urged Nigerians to stop fighting each other as everyone already knows who they want to vote for during the forthcoming election.
He said this via his Insta stories on Friday.
The actor said, “Have you ever heard of that saying divide to conquer? I think that is a very strong thing for people in power, right? For people in power, they divide to conquer.
“I’m saying this because I don’t really understand why people will fight each other for not choosing the same candidate to vote for. People choose their candidates for different reasons.
“Some are loyal to some people because of what they’ve done for them in their lives personally and some are just confused and while some are very strong and convinced with who they are voting for.
“Different reasons to vote but I think the worst thing we can do as human beings that want to change is fighting each other or it’s just ridiculous and tiring and these guys they see it, they see the divide amongst us.
“Choose who you want to choose and vote for who you want to vote for. We all know who we are going to vote for at the end of the day. Even the people that are shouting vote for Peter Obi, half of them will run.
“Those that are shouting vote for Asiwaju, half of them don’t have PVCs. It’s like those that are going to stone and destroy banks. They don’t have money in the banks.
“If you want Peter Obi, vote for him. You want Asiwaju, vote for him. You want Atiku, vote for him. All of them are still political candidates that have following.
“I’d rather you hold strong people that are on the same page with you than fight people that are not on the same page with you. It’s just a different ball game, you cannot force anyone to do what you want to do.
“We all shouted Buhari some years ago. We wanted a change and because he sold change to us we jumped on the wagon.
“Yeah, we got change but the only problem is that the change we got was in reverse, it didn’t move forward. So we’ve all made these mistakes and now people are more careful.”
He advised, “We can do better. Please can we just focus on the goal at hand? February 25th is close by already.”