Ikorodu women vow not to vote next Saturday if they are not paid for voting during the presidential election.
The video was posted on Twitter with the caption, “Ikorodu women protest unpaid ‘funds’ after voting APC in the last election.”
One of the protesters, who spoke in Yoruba, said: “Ikorudu took first in the elections. He saw the most votes in Ikorodu, why did they not give the canvasser money?
“We don’t have good leaders in Ikorodu. We will not vote in Ikorodu, the canvasser will not come out unless we see our money.
“If we don’t see our money, canvasser will not canvass. We will stay inside, we will not vote. That is it, we must see our money.”
Meanwhile cash is regarded as the king on Nigerian streets; even the forces behind the cashless policy drive would agree, as Lagosians groans under the conditions of the old Naira note not to be a legal tender given by the CBN,
Nigeria at large are witnessing a drop in revenue as the resultant, market women, companies and others cry cash crisis.
Watch the video below;