Anambra re-run: Low voter turnout recorded in Anambra Central re-run poll

Please follow and like us:

  • 0
  • Share

Low voter turnout characterised early voting in the Anambra Central Senatorial District re-run election organised by the INEC.

Newsmen who visited voting centres in Awka South, Awka North, Dunukofia, Njikoka, Idemili North, Idemili South and Anaocha Local Government Areas report that electoral officials were at the polling units by 8 a.m.

At Aroma Junction I&II polling units in Awka South, Miss Edith Igoromi, the INEC electoral officer, told newsmen that five people have voted as at 8.30 a.m, while at ward eight unit three and four, seven and 10 people had voted.

Newsmen report that at Aaba town Hall polling unit 005 and 006 both in Dunukofia, voting began at 8 a.m with four persons and two respectively voting at both units.

At Akpu in Ukpo also in Dunukofia, voting started at 8 a.m with the same low number of voters recorded.

Newsmen who visited polling unit at Obosi Central School in Idemili North, Enugwu-Uku in Njikoka, polling unit eight located in Nri Primary in Anaocha also report that voting commenced at 8 a.m though the turnout was still low.

Newsmen report that in all the polling units visited; only the agents of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) were sighted at the voting centres.

Mr Okonkwo Jisike, APGA agent, told newsmen at Aroma Junction that he was impressed with the peaceful conduct of the exercise, adding “though the turnout is low, the exercise is going on peacefully’’.

Newsmen report that observers were yet to arrive in the voting stations visited while there were impressive presence of security in all the polling units visited.

NAN

Facebook Comments

Please follow and like us:

  • 0
  • Share

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *