As Nigerians throng the streets to perform their civic duty of picking the nation's next commander in chief that will take over from the current president, Muhammadu Buhari, on the ballots, several reports and videos circulating on different social media has alleged that some voters are being intimidated at some parts of Rivers State as Nigerians take to their polling units to cast their votes for their preferred Presidential candidate.
According to a video that is currently trending on social media, a young man and a lady who are said to be supporters of the former governor of Anambra State and Presidential candidate of the Labour Party, LP, Peter Gregory Obi, has come out to lament, saying that they are being intimidated by some people at their polling units.
Speaking in a viral video shared by Port Harcourt specials, they alleged that they were told at their polling unit to go home if they are going to vote for Peter Obi.
The young man also claimed that everyone was present while they were being denied the right to cast their vote.
You can watch the video below....
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