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Charlyboy predicts the impossibility of conducting general elections in 2023

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Charlyboy, also known as the AreaFada, Nigeria’s maverick entertainer and social engineer, has predicted that general elections in 2023 will be impossible due to the country’s current state.

Concerned about hunger, poverty, the rise of the dollar, attacks on the offices of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, and a slew of other issues afflicting the entire country, Charlyboy declared that the 2023 election is now in jeopardy.

He spoke exclusively to Track News from the United Kingdom, where he is on vacation.

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Peter Obi, a staunch supporter of the Labour Party presidential candidate, expressed concern that the political elites who have held the country hostage for years will not hand over power to Nigerians in the upcoming elections.

“From what I see, there may not be an election next year,” he said. I don’t believe those who have a stronghold on the nation’s political space are willing to cede power to the people.

“I reiterate, there may be no election next year.” This is something I’ve been saying for the past year. I doubt it given the current state of affairs. Nigeria’s economy is in free fall. It’s something I’ve been saying for years.”

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“I was telling my family that a dollar will get to N1500,” CB said of the dollar’s rise and the state of the economy. Look at what’s going on right now; it’s almost at N1000. There you have it. The redesign of the Naira is not a viable option. How can it be a solution if you produce nothing and do not export? So you think that just printing money to pay salaries is a solution?

“Do you have any idea what will happen at the end of the day?” Because whoever has money now will not have it tomorrow. Some people may think that having 5 million Naira in the bank is a lot of money, but did you know that that 5 million Naira is depreciating every day?

“Given another four months, that money will be worth $800,000.” So, what are our next steps? So it appears that there will be no election next year. Everything points to this.

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