However, based on the information you provided, it appears that the chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in Nigeria, Abdulrasheed Bawa, has warned that some politicians may be planning to buy votes in the upcoming 2023 elections using non-cash incentives. This is a serious concern as vote-buying undermines the democratic process and can lead to corruption and the election of officials who do not represent the will of the people.
It's important for citizens to be aware of the dangers of vote-buying and to resist any attempts by politicians to influence their vote with gifts or other non-cash incentives. It's also important for authorities to take steps to prevent and prosecute vote-buying to ensure that elections are fair and democratic. The EFCC and other agencies responsible for ensuring the integrity of the electoral process should be supported in their space efforts to prevent and punish electoral malpractice.