By: Ogunleye Oluwapelumi
Former Nigerian Vice President Yemi Osinbajo visited multiple polling stations in Sierra Leone at the crack of dawn on the day of the country’s elections. Osinbajo was seen observing voters as they exercised their rights at the epicenter in Freetown. Other members of his team were also spread across the country to witness and oversee the conduct of the democratic process.
As a former Vice President of Nigeria, Osinbajo’s presence has been seen as a significant gesture of support for the people of Sierra Leone. The international community has been closely monitoring the elections, and the presence of observers such as Osinbajo is crucial in ensuring that the process is free, fair, and transparent. With the election day underway, Sierra Leoneans are hopeful that the outcome will be a reflection of their democratic values and aspirations.
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