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In Benue South Senatorial district Accreditation, voting going peaceful in rerun election

NAN also reports that apart from the minor skirmishes in Edabi over the location of a polling unit that were promptly resolved, the exercise was peaceful.

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David Mark (L) of the PDP and Daniel Onjeh (R) of APC play

David Mark (L) of the PDP and Daniel Onjeh (R) of APC

(Idoma Voice)

Accreditation and voting are ongoing simultaneously in all polling units across the nine local governments of Benue South Senatorial district amidst tight security, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.

On Saturday during the two electoral processes, there was a massive turn out of voters in Otukpo Local Government, the political base of Sen. David Mark of the Peoples Democratic Party and Mr Daniel Onjeh of the All Progressives Congress respectively.

NAN also reports that apart from the minor skirmishes in Edabi over the location of a polling unit that were promptly resolved, the exercise was peaceful.

Both accreditation and voting started between 9a.m. and 9.30a.m across the district.

The Electoral Officer in charge of Otukpo, Mr James Echaba, said the exercise would hold in all designated polling units, observing that it would also be concluded within the specified time.

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