A video of young Nigerians queueing up for their voter registration process ahead of the 2023 general elections has drawn reactions on social media.
POZVIEW reports that the youths came out in their numbers to participate in the ongoing voter registration exercise.
In the video that has gone viral youths were seen queuing up at the Tafewa Balewa Square to get their Permanent Voters Card registration done.
This comes shortly after Nigerian singer, Falz announced that he will be organizing a free concert on the 11th of June at the Tafawa Balewa Square (TBS) with Password as Permanent Voters Card (PVC) or Voters Registration Slip.
Unregistered Nigerians will also have the opportunity to register at the event and secure a pass with their registration slip.
Reacting to the video, Nigerians commended the youths participating in the voter registration process, others hailed social media for making the movement happen.
See reactions below;
monicafriday1 wrote; ‘Yes yes yes. Time don reach.’
cocoiceofficial wrote; ‘Yes and thank you social media’
e.x.o.d.u.z wrote; ‘Why can’t this process be automated? 90% of the people here have BVN and NIN!! Our Govt really derives pleasure in suffering us.’
mazichiko wrote; ‘I thought they said social media doesn’t work? . We are ready for them’
okpokpoinnocent6 wrote; ‘Politician that like to rig votes from 79-100 to shock by next poles.. Nigerians are more concerned about their future now’
laurose_glam_store wrote; ‘I had actually given up voting sef, I kuku made peace with it’s either BAT or ATU until PO came on board, I transferred mine asap to abuja.. Next year PO or nothing’
official_lastykvng wrote; ‘Their papa. TBS here I come tomorrow’