Omole Phase 2 Voters Still Waiting For INEC Officials

Omole Phase 2 Voters Waiting For INEC Officials, 4 Hours Into Election

2 mins read

Residents of  Omale Phase 2, in Ikeja Local Government Area of Lagos State have lamented the late arrival of INEC official, and election materials in polling units in the area for the presidential and National Assembly elections. The late arrival of election materials delayed the commencement of election processes in most of the polling units

Its exactly 11:00 am, and Nigerians from all walks of life have turned out in their large numbers to vote at the Omole Phase 2 polling unit, Lagos state.

Voters who are still waiting are disappointed that officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), were yet to arrive the polling unit.

READ ALSO  Kano Residents Defy Gov Ganduje’s Dusk-to-Dawn Curfew In Celebration Of NNPP’s Guber Victory

READ ALSO:No INEC Officials In UNN Polling Units Yet

This is as against INEC’s briefing stated that accreditation and voting will start simultaneously by 8:30am and close 2:30pm

One of the voter who spoke in disappointment said “ I don’t Understand why INEC is yet to arrive at this polling unit, people are already leaving. They shouldn’t do this.

PBA also reported that, that people around Nsukka and some parts of Enugu State complained that no INEC official had arrived as at 9.30 am, more than an hour into the time scheduled for accreditation/voting.

The most affected areas are Enugu metropolis, at Enugu South, Uwani West. A voter at the the Uwani Boys Secondary School, told PBA that voters are ready “to wait it out”, although no INEC official is in sight this moment (9.20 a.m).

READ ALSO  PDP's Sheriff Defeats Omo-Agege In Delta Guber Race

Our correspondent reports that as of 10:20 am, no INEC official has been sighted at polling units at the New Arts Theatre, General Studies Building,  and Princess Alexandria Auditorium (PAA) inside the UNN Nsukka campus.



Support Investigative Journalism and Mentorship

Courageous Journalism of Truth,Transparency and Development is in the DNA of Prime Business Africa; By donating as little as N1000 or $1 today, you are helping to keep credible journalism and life-changing information free for all.

+ posts
READ ALSO  2023 Elections: Kaduna Govt Warns Citizens Against Protest

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.