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Voters Cry Out Over INEC Polling Unit In Front Of Tinubu House

Voters Cry Out Over INEC Polling Unit In Front Of Tinubu House

Voters Cry Out Over INEC Polling Unit In Front Of Tinubu House

Young Nigerians who are eager to cast their votes in the 2023 presidential election have raised fear that it won’t be secure for them to do so at the polling unit in front of Tinubu House on Bourdillon Road in Ikoyi, Lagos.

A voter with a Lagos address told Nigerian journalist David Hundeyin on Friday that although she had received her PVC, she didn’t feel secure enough to cast her ballot in the next election.

She claims that moving the voting unit to a neutral location is the only way the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will make her feel secure enough to vote in the 2023 presidential election.

She alleged in her statement that many of them were unable to vote due to the same unjust practice that occurred during the previous election.

The woman who identified herself as a housewife claimed she is not politically active but is attempting to spread awareness of this election because she wants to make sure she votes.

She claimed that casting a ballot for a different candidate in Tinubu’s home is dangerous.

Read her statement to David below.

Voters Cry Out Over INEC Polling Unit In Front Of Tinubu House
Voters Cry Out Over INEC Polling Unit In Front Of Tinubu House

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