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VIDEO: Polling unit burned down in Nigeria, one killed Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 25, 2021


Violence is being reported in Nigeria’s elections. In Ikota area of Lagos, a polling unit was burned down while in Rivers state, a PDP agent was reported killed by a soldier.

The PDP agent was reported killed at Ward 10 Akulga Thywill Datotubo.

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He was allegedly murdered by the soldiers who were reportedly acting on the instruction of APC Chieftains and the Divisional Commander GOC 6 Division of the Nigerian Army, Major General Jamil Sarham, online reports claimed without evidence.

“The Army In company of the following APC chieftains,  Christian Pedro, Chief. Fenibo M. M. Jack, Onimim Kalabari (aka Ido) and their thugs carried out the gruesome murder of the PDP agent,” an online report said.

There are other unconfirmed reports of violence else. TODAY NEWS AFRICA would be bringing an update as the situation gets clearer.

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