Voters in the recently concluded Ekiti State governorship election sold their ballot for about $10 per each, a development observers believe is a bad omen ahead of the crucial 2023 Presidential election in Africa’s largest democracy.
How much does it cost to buy a vote in Africa’s largest democracy? It used to be about N10,000 ($23) per head. However, with the rising poverty in Nigeria, voters seem to have lowered the bar even further as it now costs as low as $11 to buy a vote as evidenced in the latest governorship election in Ekiti, a largely agrarian state in Nigeria’s southwest.
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