NIGERIA ELECTION: VOTE ENDS PEACEFULLY, COUNTING CONTINUES IN ENUGU

The presidential and national elections ended peacefully in the state of Enugu.

The count went away in almost every state voting booth.

The correspondent, who was watching the exercise on the state, reports that he was hitchhiking in most places.

8:30 am and 10:00 am, with adequate security provided by both the military and other paramilitary organizations.

No urn incident seizing what is recorded in the filing status of this report.

In the senatorial area of ​​northern Enugu, whose governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi is from, he voted around 10 am, thanking God for the peace that reigned in the state.

In all polling units visited in the region, the exercise was proceeding smoothly.

In Ovoko, in the local government area of ​​southern Igbo-Eze, where the deputy representing the federal district of Nsukka / Igbo-Eze South, the Right Honorable Pat Asadu, voted for the ballot.

Asadu, who spoke with reporters after the voters, congratulated the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for improving the process in 2015.

“I think it’s a major improvement over 2015, you can see the number of people in this voting unit, so democracy is alive and well in the state of Enugu.” Governor wants to say, Enugu is in the hands of God, that’s why we had no incident.

“The participation is impressive and we are very optimistic about our success, no matter the outcome, we have to thank God for everything, and I must thank the press for protecting our democracy,” he said.

Similarly, the candidate of the All Progressive Congress, APC, belonging to the same constituency, Engr. Ike Ugwuegede congratulated the INEC for the smooth running of the exercise.

Ugwuegede told reporters that “the exercise was peaceful, the voting process went smoothly, the turnout was encouraging.”

He however pointed out that there was a delay in the delivery of certain materials in some areas, pointing out. We are trying to report to the INEC so that these problems are solved. Basically, I would say it may not be a perfect system, but there is a fair attempt to deliver credible elections. ”

The correspondent of DAILY POST who was in the senatorial area of ​​Enugu East reports that the vote ended in record time, the polls being almost completed.

Speaking on the exercise, a former governor of Enugu State and PDP senatorial candidate in the area, Chimaroke Nnamani said the exercise was commendable.

Nnamani, who is heading to the United States, said, “We are grateful to God for the affairs of our people.

“We had free and fair elections, and even if we would have a better turnout, I think the postponement delays the enthusiasm of our people.

“But democracy is alive and working.”

Asked to evaluate the INEC, he said. “It’s not about ranking, the poll was successful.” INEC has so far conducted a successful election, aside from postponement, which was very unfortunate because we are talking about 2019.

“Nigeria is part of the global economy.When you talk about Africa or Nigeria, you do not talk about very far away place, we are not really happy with our children, we have four four years old, but so far, I can say that the INEC has been delivered. ”

The former governor garnered 245 votes in his Ojiagu voting unit, while APC got a vote.

 

 

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