Reactions have been sparked by allegations that Fuji singer King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall, also known as KWAM1, is working with thugs in Lagos state.
In a video posted online, it was claimed that KWAM1 helped some thugs beat up people in a Labour-supporting neighbourhood.
Thugs, according to an unidentified man, attacked him and stole his wristwatch and other valuables.
According to him, the thugs who attacked him were the All Progressives Congress’ thugs, and they were joined by KWAM1, who also beat the voters.
Meanwhile, Nigerian singer, Aituaje Iruobe, known professionally as Waje, has taken to her social media page to lament over the voters’ intimidation across some part of the country, as he also recounted her ordeal in Polling Unit.
The Vibes singer who teared up while recounting her ordeal stated her disappointment in the electoral process and in INEC.
According to Waje, voters were prevented from making use of their phones and any eligible voter found trying to use their phones was flogged and sent away from the voting unit.