Myriad Management “The Flip Side”

Myriad Management “The Flip Side”
Myriad Management "The Flip Side"
Myriad Management “The Flip Side”
The date is now set for this month’s edition of The Flip Side, put together by Myriad Management, after postponing more than once due to the national elections , and we recently had a chat with the Project Coordinator who gave us a brief on what to expect.
“Myriad Management is one that builds her walls solely around impacting lives in every way possible, hence the reason for the birth of this great initiative The Flip Side, all thanks to God Almighty. It is such one that hopes to reach out to children’s homes, as well as secondary schools around the nation, Lagos and Ogun State for a start, once monthly all through 2019, and beyond. But on this particular edition, we are doing a mix of conference and training, with a professional and award winning educationist Adedeji Michael as the guest speaker talking the “Myth of Skillful” ,with the intention of putting on the table the actual basics of choosing a skill. There’s also going to be skill acquisition where we have facilitators each on; Make-up and Gele tying, Photography and Hair Barbing. For this month, we are visiting one of the well known homes in town; Ijamido Children’s Home Ota, on Saturday March 2, 2019.
The idea behind TFS however, is to help build and promote mental, physical, emotional and financial wellness amongst these teens, whom we refer to as our FUTURE, without necessarily waiting on the government to do what we actually can in even the minutest way possible, as long as we are able to actually achieve the aim of grooming and nurturing”. Adeworan Oluwatomisin.
Although, it’s a strictly by invitation event,meant solely for the children, we are super excited about The Flip Side, and hope we are able to let you in on how it all goes down.
Myriad Management “The Flip Side”
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2019 Election: PDP kicks, calls for a rerun as INEC declares Buhari winner


2019 Election: PDP kicks, calls for a rerun as INEC declares Buhari winner



INEC to present Certificate of Return to Buhari 2pm
.Commission records 35.66% voter turn out


ABUJA – The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has kicked against the results as announced by the Independent National Electoral (INEC) for the Saturday Presidential election.

The INEC Wednesday morning declared incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress APC as Nigeria’s President-elect having polled the highest number of votes in last Saturday’s Presidential election.


While Buhari scored 15, 191, 847, his main challenger, former vice president Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP polled 11, 262, 978 votes.

Consequently, INEC Chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu who is also the Chief Returning Officer for the Presidential Election said Mr Buhari would be presented with a Certificate of Return alongside his vice, Yemi Osinbajo.

Buhari was declared President-elect at about 4:43am in Wednesday.

“I, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu hereby certify that I was the Returning Officer for the Presidential Election held on the 23rd day of February, 2019. That the he action was contested; that the candidates received the following votes”, he began.

Having announced the scores of the 73 Presidential candidates, Yakubu said; ” That Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress APC having satisfied the requirements if the law and scored the highest number of votes, is hereby declared winner and is returned elected”.

PDP kicks

Meanwhile, the PDP has kicked against the results as announced by INEC. Shortly before the announcement, the PDP Presidential Collation Agent, Osita Chidoka implored INEC not to make any return but to declare the election inconclusive in certain parts of the country and order a rerun.

He said the PDP would explore legal options to reclaim its mandate and declined to append his signature to the Result Sheet like other agents.

Chidoka said; “The PDP does not accept this result as representing the valid votes of Nigerians, we have made three issues; first, after all the investments in technology, we required INEC, after spending N27 billion in this year’s budget alone for technology, we had expected that today, INEC would have for the purpose of transparency not just for law would have projected to us the results of what the card reader that they used displayed about the people that went through the card reader verification, that singular act puts a dent on the credibility of the election.

“The second one is the issue we raised about the number of registered vis-à-vis if what the chairman now calls collated voters means that 1.6 million people are missing in the voter register. We think that issue is substantial enough to require a resolution.

“We also believe that the difference between the accredited voters and the total votes cast which came to about 750,000 votes requires an issue to be looked at.

Finally, we believe that the cancellations that took place in the election impacting 2.7 million voters requires to be looked into seriously.

“So, in our view this election requires to be looked at again and possibly we would have had a rerun, more importantly, we think that INEC should have looked consciously on the use of the card reader, the absence of card reader is a major violation in the elections, it renders that election null and void, that is what the chairman promised us.

“So, for us in the PDP, we believe that this is a new low in Nigeria’s electoral history. Since 2015 we believe that Nigeria would have been making progress in the election, but violence in this election, the issues that have arisen in this election, lack of transparency that we saw in this election did not increase nor improve the belief of Nigerians in the electoral process.

However, the PDP remained a very lawful party, we believe in the law, we believe in the constitution of Nigeria, we are committed democrats, PDP is a party that entrenched democracy in Nigeria, the PDP is the party that made it possible for Nigeria to enjoy the fruits and dividends of democracy.

We will continue to support democracy in Nigeria, we will continue to promote democracy in Nigeria but we have a good message for Nigerians, we want them to remain peaceful, we will explore all our options, including the belief that the legal process in Nigeria is one of the ways to resolve issues”, said Chidoka.

His views were countered by Festus Keyamo, an agent of the APC who hailed the election and said the ruling party would also be filing petitions regarding results declared in some Southern states.

While Messrs Buhari and Atiku jointly scored a total of 26, 454, 825, the 71 other Presidential candidates jointly polled 869, 758.

The Total Valid Votes cast was given as 27, 324, 583, Total Rejected Votes stood at 1, 289, 607 and Total Votes Cast stood at 28, 614, 190.

On the level of voter turn out, the INEC boss placed the national average at 35.66 percent.

He said the commission would in days to come critically study the issues raised by the PDP and other parties regarding what they described as discrepancies in figures.
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Congratulations To APC as INEC declares Buhari winner of 2019 presidential election (See results)

Congratulations To APC as INEC declares Buhari winner of 2019 presidential (See Results)

electionFollowing the collation of results of the 23 February election the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has announced the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate and incumbent president, Muhammadu Buhari as the winner of the 2019 Presidential election on Wednesday.


Buhari defeated the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar and other presidential candidates with over 15,191,847 votes, winning in 19 of the states.

How Buhari fared, state by state:

Osun State

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,674,729
Total No: of Accredited: 732,984
Total Votes Cast: 731,882
Total Valid Votes: 714,682
Rejected Votes: 17200

AAC: 1,022
ADC: 1,525
ADP: 9,057
APC: 347,634
PDP: 337,377
SDP: 259

Winner:Muhammadu Buhari

Ekiti State

Total No: Reg Voters: 899,919
Total No: of Accredited: 395,741
Total Votes Cast: 393,709
Total Valid Votes: 381,132
Rejected Votes: 12,577

AAC: 400
ADC: 406
ADP: 126
APC: 219,231
PDP: 154,032
SDP: 48

Winner:Muhammadu Buhari

FCT Abuja

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,335,015
Total No: of Accredited: 467,784
Total Votes Cast: 451,408
Total Valid Votes: 423,951
Rejected Votes: 27,457

AAC: 583
ADC: 246
ADP: 145
APC: 152,224
PDP: 259,997
SDP: 410

Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Kwara State

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,401 895
Total No: of Accredited: 489,482
Total Votes Cast: 486,254
Total Valid Votes: 459,676
Rejected Votes: 26,578

AAC: 401
ADC: 456
ADP: 203
APC: 308,984
PDP: 138,184
SDP: 212

*Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Nasarawa State:
Total No: Reg Voters: 1,509,481
Total No: of Accredited: 613,720
Total Votes Cast: 599,399
Total Valid Votes: 580,778
Rejected Votes: 18,621

AAC: 75
ADC: 339
ADP: 107
APC: 289,903
PDP: 283,847
SDP: 359

Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Kogi state
Total No: Reg Voters: 1,640,449
Total No: of Accredited: 570,773
Total Votes Cast: 553,496
Total Valid Votes: 521,016
Rejected Votes: 32,480
AAC: 250
ADC: 4,369
ADP: 499
APC: 285,894
PDP: 218,207
SDP: 2,226

Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Gombe state:

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,385,191
Total No: of Accredited: 604,240
Total Votes Cast: 580,649
Total Valid Votes: 554,203
Rejected Votes: 26,446

AAC: 165
ADC: 248
ADP: 135
APC: 402,961
PDP: 138,484
SDP: 248

Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Ondo state:

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,812,567
Total No: of Accredited: 598,586
Total Votes Cast: 586,827
Total Valid Votes: 555,994
Rejected Votes: 30,833

AAC:4,414
ADC:6,296
ADP:1,005
APC:241,769
PDP:275,901
SDP:1,618

Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Abia State:

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,793,861
Total No: of Accredited: 361,561
Total Votes Cast: 344,471
Total Valid Votes: 323,291
Rejected Votes: 21,180

AAC: 212
ADC: 336
ADP: 131
APC: 85,058
PDP: 219,698
SDP: 472

Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Yobe state

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,365,913
Total No: of Accredited: 601,059
Total Votes Cast: 586,137
Total Valid Votes: 559,365
Rejected Votes: 26,772

AAC: 137
ADC: 162
ADP: 107
APC: 497,914
PDP: 50,763
SDP: 180

Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Enugu State
Total No: Reg Voters: 1,935,168
Total No: of Accredited: 452,765
Total Votes Cast: 451,063
Total Valid Votes: 421,014
Rejected Votes: 30,049

AAC: 219
ADC: 348
ADP: 137
APC: 54,423
PDP: 355,553
SDP: 130

Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Ebonyi state

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,392,931
Total No: of Accredited: 391,747
Total Votes Cast: 379,394
Total Valid Votes: 359,131
Rejected Votes: 20,263

AAC: 205
ADC: 213
ADP: 102
APC: 90,726
PDP: 258,573
SDP: 452

Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Niger State

Total No: Reg Voters: 2,375,568
Total No: of Accredited: 911,964
Total Votes Cast: 896,976
Total Valid Votes: 851,937
Rejected Votes:45,039

AAC: 324
ADC: 588
ADP: 2,582
APC: 612,371
PDP: 218,052
SDP: 239

Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Jigawa State

Total No: Reg Voters: 2,104,889
Total No: of Accredited: 1,171,801
Total Votes Cast: 1,149,922
Total Valid Votes: 1,106,244
Rejected Votes: 43,678

AAC: 226
ADC: 261
ADP: 107
APC: 794,738
PDP: 289,895
SDP: 5,011

*Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Kaduna State

Total No: Reg Voters: 3,861,033
Total No: of Accredited: 1,757,868
Total Votes Cast: 1,709,005
Total Valid Votes: 1,663,603
Rejected Votes: 45,402

AAC: 243
ADC: 558
ADP: 227
APC: 993,445
PDP: 649,612
SDP: 1,737

Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Anambra State

Total No: Reg Voters: 2,389,332
Total No: of Accredited: 675,273
Total Votes Cast: 625,035
Total Valid Votes:605,734
Rejected Votes:19,301

AAC: 124
ADC: 227
ADP: 427
APC: 33,298
PDP: 524,738
SDP: 932

*Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Oyo State:

Total No: Reg Voters: 2,796,542
Total No: of Accredited: 905,007
Total Votes Cast: 891,080
Total Valid Votes: 836,531
Rejected Votes: 54,549

AAC: 4,041
ADC: 40,830
ADP: 25,384
APC: 365,229
PDP: 366,690
SDP: 766

*Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Adamawa State

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,959,322
Total No: of Accredited:874,920
Total Votes Cast:860,756
Total Valid Votes:811,534
Rejected Votes:49,222

AAC: 282
ADC: 3,989
ADP: 329
APC: 378,078
PDP: 410,266
SDP: 978

Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Ogun state

Total No: Reg Voters: 2,336,887
Total No: of Accredited: 613,397
Total Votes Cast: 605,938
Total Valid Votes: 564,256
Rejected Votes: 41,682

AAC: 3,196
ADC: 25,283
ADP: 7,705
APC: 281,762
PDP: 194,655
SDP: 1,374

Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Lagos State

Total No: Reg Voters: 6,313,507
Total No: of Accredited: 1,196,490
Total Votes Cast: 1,156,590
Total Valid Votes: 1,089,567
Rejected Votes: 67,023

AAC: 8,910
ADC: 2,915
ADP: 1,262
APC: 580,825
PDP: 448,015
SDP: 770

Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Bauchi State:

Total No: Reg Voters:2,453,512
Total No: of Accredited:1,075,330
Total Votes Cast:1,061,955
Total Valid Votes:1,024,307
Rejected Votes:37,648

AAC: 183
ADC: 296
ADP: 123
APC: 798,428
PDP: 209,313
SDP: 516

Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Edo State

Total No: Reg Voters: 2,150,127
Total No: of Accredited: 604,915
Total Votes Cast: 599,228
Total Valid Votes: 560,711
Rejected Votes: 38,517

AAC: 3,106
ADC: 850
ADP: 714
APC: 267,842
PDP: 275,691
SDP: 184

Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Benue State

Total No: Reg Voters: 2,391,276
Total No: of Accredited: 786,069
Total Votes Cast: 763,872
Total Valid Votes: 728,912
Rejected Votes: 34,960

AAC: 309
ADC: 554
ADP: 312
APC: 347,668
PDP: 356,817
SDP: 4,927

Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Imo state

Total No: Reg Voters: 2,037,569
Total No: of Accredited: 585,741
Total Votes Cast: 542,777
Total Valid Votes: 511,586
Rejected Votes: 31,191

AAC: 467
ADC: 541
ADP: 421
APC: 140,463
PDP: 334,923
SDP: 772

Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Plateau State

Total No: Reg Voters:2,423,381
Total No: of Accredited:1,074,042
Total Votes Cast:1,062,862
Total Valid Votes:1,034,853
Rejected Votes:28,009

AAC:268
ADC:590
ADP:1,395
APC:468,555
PDP:548,665
SDP:599

Winner : Atiku Abubakar

Kano State

Total No: Reg Voters:5,391,581
Total No: of Accredited:2,006,410
Total Votes Cast:1,964,751
Total Valid Votes:1,891,134
Rejected Votes:73,617

AAC: 416
ADC: 591
ADP: 439
APC:1,464,768
PDP: 391,593
SDP: 635

Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Katsina State

Total No: Reg Voters:3,210,422
Total No: of Accredited:1,628,865
Total Votes Cast:1,619,185
Total Valid Votes:1,555,473
Rejected Votes:63,712

AAC: 186
ADC: 237
ADP: 140
APC: 1,232,133
PDP: 308,056
SDP: 150

Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Taraba State

Total No: Reg Voters:1,777,105
Total No: of Accredited: 756,111
Total Votes Cast: 741,564
Total Valid Votes: 712,877
Rejected Votes: 28,687

AAC: 116
ADC: 211
ADP: 136
APC: 324,906
PDP:374,743
SDP: 862

Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Cross River State

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,512,915
Total No: of Accredited: 461,033
Total Votes Cast: 446,046
Total Valid Votes: 421,901
Rejected Votes: 24,145

AAC: 242
ADC: 326
ADP: 110
APC: 117,302
PDP: 295,737
SDP: 1,395

Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Akwa Ibom State

Total No: Reg Voters: 2,119,727
Total No: of Accredited: 695,677
Total Votes Cast: 605,140
Total Valid Votes: 578,775
Rejected Votes: 26,365

AAC:222
ADC:230
ADP:88
APC:175,429
PDP:395,832
SDP:92

Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Delta State:

Total No: Reg Voters: 2,719,313
Total No: of Accredited: 891,647
Total Votes Cast: 882,254
Total Valid Votes: 829,762
Rejected Votes: 52,492

AAC: 1,626
ADC: 1,075
ADP: 241
APC: 221,292
PDP: 594,068
SDP: 1,745

Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Borno State

Total No: Reg Voters: 2,319,434
Total No: of Accredited: 987,290
Total Votes Cast: 955,205
Total Valid Votes: 919,786
Rejected Votes: 35,419

AAC: 269
ADC: 301
ADP: 75
APC: 836,496
PDP: 71,788
SDP: 322

Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Rivers State

Total No: Reg Voters:3,215,273
Total No: of Accredited:678,167
Total Votes Cast:666,585
Total Valid Votes:642,165
Rejected Votes: 24,420

AAC: 372
ADC: 597
ADP: 295
APC: 150,710
PDP: 473,971
SDP: 1,244

Winner: Atiku Abubakar

Zamfara State:

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,717,128
Total No: of Accredited: 616,168
Total Votes Cast: 597,224
Total Valid Votes: 578,439
Rejected Votes: 18,785

AAC: 186
ADC: 186
ADP: 102
APC: 438,682
PDP: 125,423
SDP: 81

Winner: Muhammadu Buhari

Kebbi state:

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,802,697
Total No: of Accredited: 835,238
Total Votes Cast:803,755
Total Valid Votes:756,605
Rejected Votes:47,150

AAC: 276
ADC: 285
ADP: 205
APC: 581,552
PDP: 154,282
SDP: 2,376

Winner: Muhammadu Buhari
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2019 election: please accept whichever candidate declared by INEC - 9jahitplay


2019 election: please accept whichever candidate declared by INEC - 9jahitplay
2019 election: please accept whichever candidate declared by INEC - 9jahitplay
2019 election: please accept whichever candidate declared by INEC - 9jahitplay 

As Nigerians wait anxiously to find out who their next president is going to be, we at 9jahitplay implore everyone to desist from any act of violence whatsoever and that irrespective of the political party we support, we should be ready to accept whichever candidate declared by INEC as the winner with sportsmanship even if it not what we hoped for.
Also we at 9jahitplay wish to  make it known that we are not political in any form and as such we do not support nor campaign for any political party whatsoever. Please disregard any information that insinuates our participation in any political activity, our only contribution to Nigerian politics revolves around bringing you the latest information concerning all things political both home and abroad.
Thanks for  understanding
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[Gospel Music] Michael Kolawole - Celebration

[Gospel Music] Michael Kolawole - Celebration 


[Gospel Music] Michael Kolawole - Celebration

[Gospel Music] Michael Kolawole - Celebration


Michael Kolawole, a song writer, singer and a dynamic praise and worship leader has brought forth another life changing song of celebration.

Put on your dancing shoes as the wait is now over for your celebration. Your time has come  to be celebrated.
Since the release of his debut single 'Glory halleluyah' in 2017,he  went further early last year 2018 to launch 'Jesu Oluranlowomi' (Lord my helper) which has brought about countless testimonies.

And here comes the sound of "Celebration" from the throne of grace. Why not tap into this and be celebrated. This song will bless you as celebration will no longer cease in your life.

Produced by TJ Beenie

Promoted by 5DiamondTech

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Breaking: Atiku’s PDP rejects presidential election results

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The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has rejected the presidential and parliamentary election results being announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.


APGA has handed over Imo election to God – Araraume

The National Chairman of the PDP, Uche Secondus, in a press briefing currently ongoing said the results being announced by INEC are inflated in favour of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC.

According to Secondus, the results have fraught with “irregularities” and therefore, “incorrect and unacceptable.”

According to him, “Our collation centres have the original results from all the polling units in the country. That is from where are going to reclaim our results,” he said.

“The results are incorrect and unacceptable to our party. Officials of the APC working with INEC have decided to alter results to affect our people. This must now be resisted by every well-meaning Nigerian.

“INEC must live up to its responsibility. They are under pressure. We have the facts and when the time comes, we begin to release them.”
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Video: Pastor reportedly raises man from the dead in church after 3days

Video: Pastor reportedly raises man from the dead in church after 3days


Video: Pastor reportedly raises man from the dead in church after 3days
Video: Pastor reportedly raises man from the dead in church after 3days 
A clergyman identified Pastor Alph Lukau of Alleluia Ministries International has claimed to have raised a man from the dead during a church service on Sunday.
During the service, the high-flying minister known for his lavish lifestyle, encouraged congregants to keep praying for their miracles.
According to reports, a woman then brought the pastor’s attention to a family that had brought a dead man to church. He was reportedly dead for 3 days
“Pastor Alph, something is happening outside. There is a family that is about to bring a corpse to Zimbabwe, but they are saying something is happening, man of God.
The pastor went outside, then asked the workers to take the coffin out of the hearse.


He asked the workers to open the coffin. He spoke to the deceased’s older brother before the coffin was completely taken out of the hearse.

According to the deceased’s landlord, the man had gotten sick and started “coughing a lot” on Friday.

“We took him to the hospital and they said they could not help him because he did not have papers, so we took him to the doctor and he died there,” she claimed.

The family then took the body to the mortuary, where it was kept until Sunday.

“Rise up!” he shouted, before the man got up and sat in the coffin, looking confused, like a modern-day Lazarus.

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Just in: Collation Centre: Buhari wins Ekiti with 219,231 votes

Just in: Collation Centre: Buhari wins Ekiti with 219,231 votes


The collation of presidential election results kicked off on Monday at the National Collation Centre, Abuja, with Ekiti State votes.

The State Returning Officer and Vice Chancellor of University of Ibadan, Prof. Idiwu Olayinka, who read out the results from the state said out of the 395, 741 accredited to vote, APC scored 219, 231 against PDP who scored 154,034 votes.

The total number of valid votes according to him stand at 381,132, while 12,577 were rejected bases on multiple thumbprinting.

Total vote cast, he said, is 393,709.

The party agents are expected to inspect the results sheets signed at the state collation office. Ekiti state is the only state without a Resident Electoral Commissioner.
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Lil5ive – Satiramoni

 Lil5ive – Satiramoni
 Lil5ive – Satiramoni
 Lil5ive – Satiramoni
Boiz Making Greatness talented act, Lil5ive kicks off the year with his much anticipated single titled “Satiramoni“.
This is sure a nice way to start the new year as this new tune comes with deep lyrics for hope.
Prod. by Dbliss. Enjoy!!!
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Man Burnt Alive For Disrupting Election In Lagos (Video)

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Man Burnt Alive For Disrupting Election In Lagos (Video)

This happened at Baba Ewe according to camera man eye witness.

You can hear them saying good for him he came to disrupt election in the first video
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Election updates: "They Just Burnt Our Votes" - Votes On Fire As People run for their life In Lagos

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A lady  shared this disturbing video where someone was shouting "this country is something else, they just burnt our votes".

This is even as people were on the run to flee from attack.










Meanwhile, Ten youths have been arrested from different locations in Bende local government area of Abia State.
They were arrested over allegations of attempting to snatch ballot boxes.

According to Daily Trust, the suspects were arrested following a tip-off from youths in the area who alleged that they were unknown and armed.
They were handed over to army personnel on duty close to the local government headquarters.
The senior army officer, in charge of the team, told newsmen in the state that investigation is ongoing regarding the story.
We have received reports about how thugs stormed a polling unit in Okota, Lagos and burnt ballot papers/votes.





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