The DG of Peter Obi's PCC, Akin Osuntokun, has raised vital questions regarding the attacks on voters in various parts of Lagos State. During his interview on Channels TV, Akin expressed concerns that the attacks took place despite the presence of military officers parading the streets of Lagos State before the election.
In response to the topic, Akin said, "There were reports of violence in Lagos State, Rivers State, and other parts of the country." This is surprising to me because people had earlier expressed concerns about the prevalence of soldiers in the streets of Lagos State. I wondered about the whereabouts of these soldiers when violence was wrecked on our people.
The PCC leader also expressed his concern regarding the time of day when the uploading of election results started. You may have seen videos and reports of attacks on various polling units across Lagos State as electorates tried to cast their votes. The development has since raised concerns among Nigerians regarding the electoral process.
You can watch the interview by clicking here. (6:00 minute)
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