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“Vote Not Fight : Election No Be War” Voter Education Campaign

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The 2Face Foundation and Youngstars Foundation has unveiled a nationwide get-out-the-vote campaign to encourage a peaceful electoral process in Nigeria in 2015.

The “Vote Not Fight : Election No Be War” campaign is a youth non-violence voter education campaign that seeks to promote peaceful participation by Nigerian youth in the 2015 elections. The campaign encourages Nigerians to make a commitment to shun violence and embrace peace. It is hoped that Nigerians from all walks of life will commit to peaceful elections by signing a non-violence pledge on www.votenotfight.org

Through a joint partnership with the 2Face Foundation, Nigeria and Africa’s ace music icon; 2Face Idibia has been commissioned as the Campaign Peace Ambassador and he will use his platforms and various festivals and events to further promote the campaign.

We encourage you to show your support for a peaceful 2015 electoral process and youth political activism by signing the Pledge on www.votenotfight.org

You can also like the Vote Not Fight Facebook page on www.facebook.com/votenotfight and help us spread the message of peaceful elections in Nigeria come 2015.

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