As Nigerians expects the result of the 2019 General elections, specifically for the Presidential and Federal Legislative elections, Anttention Media takes you through lots that have been experienced across the country as videos of ballot destruction, ballot snatching, illegal thumb printings and relative orderliness characterized the poll.
Meanwhile, The Lagos State Commissioner of Police CP Zubairu Muazu has disclosed that over 20 persons have been arrested for various electoral offences in the State on Saturday.
According to Muazu while fielding questions from newsmen after monitoring the exercise with the AIG Mr David Folawiyo that nine persons were arrested for allegedly burning and destroying election materials at Okota.
The CP said that 10 motorcycles used by the hoodlums to move to Okota were recovered.
He said nine persons linked to a cult group were also arrested for thuggery in Somolu area and for attempting to cause problems during the elections.
Muazu said during a stop and search operation by some policemen, two suspects were arrested at Stadium area Surulere in a private car, and one locally-made pistol was recovered from them.
“At Alakara area of Mushin, three suspects were arrested trying to disrupt the elections.
“No death was recorded in Lagos State. Although social media says so, in all the areas I visited, I did not see any dead person and none of my officers reported any death to me,” he said.
However, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has expressed satisfaction with the general conduct of the presidential and National Assembly election across the country.
The National Commissioner on Information and Voter Education, Festus Okoye disclosed this at a press briefing on the situation report of the election in Abuja on Saturday.
“The commission has also received report of violence and ballot box snatching in some areas leading to the disruption of the process. We have asked the Resident Electoral Commissioners (RECs) and the officials of the commission on ground to submit their first-hand report in relation to some of these incidents,” he added.
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