2023 election: Mo Abudu eulogize Nigeria with a heartfelt poem

2023 election: Mo Abudu eulogize Nigeria with a heartfelt poem

2023 election Mo Abudu eulogize Nigeria with a heartfelt poem

Media mogul, entrepreneur and movie producer Mosunmola Abudu better known as Mo Abudu has eulogized Nigeria with a heartfelt poem.


Taking to her Instagram page, Mo Abudu shared the flag of Nigeria in a love shape and proceeded to laud her country. In her poem, she affirmed her love for Nigeria and went on to list out the qualities that make it unique. She also prayed that the country be blessed with peace and harmony and become great in the years to come.

She wrote: “Good morning beautiful people. Today we decide, Enjoy this poem from me to you all.


“I love my country Nigeria,
A land of vibrant hues,
Where the sun shines bright,
And the people are never few 💚

“I love my country Nigeria,
For the strength of its people,
And the resilience we show,
In the face of every obstacle💚

“I love my country Nigeria,
For the love that we share,
For the pride we have in our flag,
And the spirit that we bear💚

“May our land be blessed,
With peace and harmony,
And may our people thrive,
In a bright future yet to be💚

“Much love. Mo Abudu”

Nigerian celebrities storm polling unit


Kemi Filanin reported earlier that Nigerian celebrities have stormed their polling unit to cast their votes in the 2023 general elections which hold today 25th February.

Unlike the previous elections, this year’s election is one for the record as Nigerians have heard enough of the injustice, insecurities and other mishaps in the country.


The likes of Comedian Bovi, Chioma Akpotha, Omoni Oboli, Chidi Mokeme, Adunni Ade, Adesua Etomi, Blessing Obasi and husband Stan Nze, Jemima Osunde and more have stormed their polling units.

Taking to their Instagram pages, the aforementioned celebrities shared photos and videos of them at their polling unit as they admonish their fans and followers to do the same.


Adunni Ade, on her part, questioned INEC officials as she lamented the absence of the commission at her polling unit. She wrote: “Goodmorning y’all!! Ok we are live still waiting on @inecnigeria officials! No one in sight!!! Where una dey???? You can’t blame traffic o! Road is clear o! Where una dey??? No ballot! No tent!”.

Juliet Ibrahim shares words of advice with Nigerians on election day


Kemi Filani also reported that actress, Juliet Ibrahim took to her Instagram page to share a word of advice with Nigerians.

Juliet who is of Lebanese, Ghanaian and Liberian descent shared the story of how she grew up and the importance of electing a good leader. According to her, she grew up in four different countries as a refugee and this cost her family a lot of relocation because of various circumstances. She said she watched her parents, family and relatives being harassed and such memories play out in her head in every election or during political unrest.


Advising Nigerians, she noted that violence is never the answer. She asked that Nigerians go out peacefully and vote for the best candidate and not allow corruption, mediocrity, lack of empathy, anarchy, violence, instability, and tribalism to continue in the country. She also prayed for the country to be great again.


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