The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) today conducted the Governorship and State House of Assembly Elections and the conduct has generated mixed reactions from Nigerians who faulted the process. According to Channels Television, Ballot Boxes and Ballot papers were seen in a Drainage system in Ajeromi Ifelodun Area of Lagos State today.
From the video, some Ballot papers were seen floating in the Drainage system even after some people recovered the ballot boxes and papers.
Those who saw the ballot papers brought them out to sun-dry them.
Reacting to this, a Facebook user said that INEC should stop the election in Lagos State. Someone else said that it is so shameful for Ballot papers to be seen in a drainage system, and that it may not go well with those who did that.
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It is not really good to see this kind of thing happening, not after INEC has promised to conduct a free, fair and credible election today.
What is your take on this?
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