There was drama on Saturday, March 23. at a polling unit in Bauchi state where the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is conducting a supplementary election.
Channels TV reports that some electorate chased politicians from disrupting the process at Kagadama polling unit in Dass local government area of the state.
They resisted any attempt by the politicians to come near the polling unit as soon as they sight them.
The voters also insisted that they would remain on the queue despite the fracas, adding that they were determined to vote for the candidates of their choice.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that four officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) were abducted in Bauchi state.
The incident reportedly happened at Jamare local government registration area 02 with Polling Unit Code 010.
A staff of INEC who escaped said the armed security operatives came in seven Toyota Hilux vans.
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According to him, the abducted staff were taken away with voting materials.
“Four of our staff in Jamare LGA Registration Area 02 with Polling Unit Code 010 have been abducted with voting materials. The place was invaded by heavily armed security operatives who came in seven Toyota Hilux Vans, and took the four INEC officials to Jamare LGA to perfect their plots,” he said.
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