Popular Nigerian singer, David Adeleke, better known as Davido, has said that he does not think the 2023 general election was credible.
The ‘Dami Duro’ crooner said this in an interview with Beat 99.9FM, Lagos, on Friday.
Davido, who was off social media for a while after the death of his son, Ifeanyi, said he would have been very vocal about the elections if he was online.
He said he was happy about the low turnout of voters, adding that the safety of voters was important.
He said, “I’m happy that people were not really coming out. You know if I was online, I would have been really vocal about it (the election). I have always been vocal about it.
“But, I mean, I was happy about it. That’s just being honest.”
“It’s what it is! But I personally don’t feel like that was really a credible election. You know what I’m saying? I feel like the most important thing is the safety of life of everybody. But in all, that wasn’t it. So, I don’t think I will be able to hide that. I can’t hide that,” Davido added.
The PUNCH reports that the Afrobeat star dropped his much-awaited album, ‘Timeless,’ on Friday.
The music star took to his social media page in the early hours of Friday to announce the release of the 17-track project to his numerous fans.
“At long last – We are back. The journey from my last album to this album has been a whirlwind to say the least,” Davido wrote on Twitter announcing the album.
Davido’s ‘Timeless’ got one million streams in six hours after it dropped.