Reports from rivers state said three persons have been confirmed dead following crisis during the election several others were also injured.
Armed men dressed in military and police uniforms have allegedly snatched sensitive election materials in Aboh Mbaise local government area.
However, security operatives in rivers state have arrested suspected militants/thugs which were allegedly imported for the on-going presidential and national assembly elections.
Three persons were killed and two others sustained gunshot injuries following shooting from suspected ballot box snatchers at Amope in Sapele local government area of Delta state during accreditation and voting at some units.
It was learnt that the suspected hoodlums emerged from an unknown place and started shooting sporadically to scare away voters and election officers and agents.
In Lagos, three persons were feared killed and several others injured after violence broke out at several polling units in Okota, Lagos mainland.
Among those killed, were a barber identified as Peter as well as an Oodua People’s Congress (OPC) leader in the area known as Demola.
In Oyo state, one person has lost his life in Ibadan after he was reportedly shot dead by suspected political thugs in unit 14, Lanko compound of Agbongbon area of the capital city.
The ugly incident was witnessed by a former deputy governor of the state, ambassador taofeek arapaja.
Another report has it that a government house photographs was reportedly shot dead in southern Ijaw, bayelsa state

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