“The Election Was Peaceful; I Saw Sanwo-olu Driving His BMW Car & GRV Walking On The Street” – Daddy Freeze
Many hours ago, Daddy Freeze went live on his verified Facebook page to narrate some experiences he had while going to his polling unit to cast his vote.
Daddy Freeze said, “I can say that the Lagos gubernatorial election was peaceful because if out of thirteen thousand polling units, people only got beaten in about 20, it means it was indeed fair to say the election was calm. I even saw Governor Babajide Sanwo-olu driving his BMW car to his polling unit. Later, I saw Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour (GRV) walking on the street and greeting people while going to vote.”
Speaking further, Daddy Freeze said, “one thing people need to know is that judgement about the election should be made not by incident but per capita. We all need to start learning about how statistics are taken.”
Lastly, Daddy Freeze said, “generally, I can say that the number of places where people experienced violence during the election are few compared to places that were peaceful.”
To watch the full video, CLICK Here (between 20th – 25th minutes).