This comes after Paul took to Twitter on Thursday to call out INEC for setting the PVC collection timeframe when students are still in school.
He had asserted that majority of Nigerian students registered for their voter’s card during ASUU strike, so they won’t be able to collect their PVCs as they are currently in school.
“Out of the 74 million youths eligible voters, 26 million of them are students and they are all back in school, most of them registered during the ASUU strike.
“It’s 10days remaining for collection, @inecnigeria why are students still in school by now?,” he wrote.
His tweet didn’t sit well with Jackye and she didn’t hesitate to share her sentiment in a post shared on her Instastory.
According to her, there’s no country where students are asked to take a break from school because of an election.
“Where in the world are students asked to stop school because of election?
Some of these celebs really be trying to incite people. So not cool”, she wrote in a now-deleted post.
However, her post was trailed with mixed reactions from Nigerians online, and she shared another post to shed more light on her statement.