The Power of One Vote In Nigeria

The Power of One Vote
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This is an analysis of the power of one vote. Many Nigerians have failed to see reasons for what their votes may bring. This article gives an advanced breakdown of what it is all about.

Voting is an act of electing a candidate who will rule a particular area or stand as a representative of others.

The power of one vote can bring a huge downfall or upliftment to a country. It is a call for a change in Nigeria as youths get involved in Voters’ card registration.

Below are historical findings on the power of one vote.

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In 1649, one vote caused Charles 1 of England to be executed.

In 1654, one vote gave Oliver Cromwell control of England.

In 1776, one vote gave America the English language instead of the German language.

In 1839, one vote elected Marcus Morton the governor of the state of Massachusetts.

In 1845  one vote brought Texas into the union. Can you see what the power of one vote has done?

In 1868, one vote saved President Andrew Johnson from impeachment.

In 1875, one vote changed France from a monarchy into a Republic.

In 1876  one vote gave Rutherford B. Hayes the President of the United States.

In 1923, one vote gave Adolf Hitler the leadership of the Nazi Party.

In 1941  one vote preserved the selective service system just 12 weeks before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

In 1960, Richard Nixon lost the Presidential Election to John F. Kennedy by less than one vote per precinct in the United States.

Who knows your one vote is what is required to make a difference which will change the course of Nigerian history?

The power of one vote is a civil imperative that can transform the future of Nigeria positively…

You can make Nigeria great again by voting wisely

Get your permanent voters card (PVC) and become part of history come 2023.

Be that agent of positive change Nigeria truly deserves.

To learn how to vote in the upcoming 2023 election is to learn how to take part in the change in Nigeria.

The power of one vote should never be underestimated. The power of one vote is very crucial and important.