INEC Postpones Elections in Lagos Polling Units, Gives Reason

INEC Postpones Elections in Lagos Polling Units, Gives Reason

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has postponed the ongoing governorship and state assembly elections in 10 polling units in Lagos State.

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The affected polling units are in Victoria Garden City (VGC) in the Eti-Osa Local Government Area of the State, the Daily Trust report confirmed.

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INEC postpones election in 10 polling units in Lagos state. Photo credit: Sodiq Adelakun
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Thugs disrupt election activities

Daily Trust had earlier reported how thugs attacked a Nollywood actress in the area.

While addressing the media on Saturday, March 18, INEC Resident Electoral Commissioner in Lagos, Olusegun Agbaje, said the ad-hoc staff deployed in the area refused to carry out their duties there because of an experience they had during the presidential poll.

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