At least three people were killed in the violence that erupted during the by-election for Ekiti East Constituency 1 in the State House of Assembly. A female Police officer is among the three casualties.
Juwa Adegbuyi, the constituency's representative, died in February, leaving the seat vacant.
Political thugs allegedly wreaked havoc on voters and security officers, according to sources.
The All Progressives Congress (APC) is accused of supporting the thugs who targeted voters and security forces at various polling stations.
As a result of the injuries, five other people are currently being treated at a private hospital.
As political thugs went on a rampage in her polling units, the senator survived by luck.
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