Anambra State News Today
Election materials razed down by fire in some states of Nigeria may have been replaced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as the election umpire has reportedly offloaded ballot boxes in Plateau state.
It was a show of massive solidarity for election as about 10,000 youths, under the aegis of Anambra Youths Association (AYA), staged a peaceful rally to sensitize the people on the need to go out en mass and cast votes.
In our effort to give a nationwide coverage of the polls, Legit.ng recently visited Anambra to see firsthand and bring to viewers some of the materials that were terribly damaged by the recent fire incident in INEC's office.
Majiyar Legit.ng ta ruwaito wannan lamari ya faru ne a ranar Alhamis, 14 ga watan Feburairu, inda tace a sa’ilin da tsagerun ko kokarin banka ma caji ofis din wuta sai da suka lakada ma jami’an Yansandan da suka tarar a ofishin du
The PDP in Anambra, through its chairman, Ndubuisi Nwobu, on Thursday, February 14, said that the party will take the recent INEC fire incident as a deliberate act if the commission fails to provide proof that it is an accident.
Some hoodlums have allegedly set on fire a police station in Ajali, Orumba north local government area of Anambra state. However, the police spokesman in the state, Haruna Mohammed said that for now it is a case of accident.