By CrossRiverWatch Admin
As reported earlier, video has emerged of PDP agents dishing out N500 to those that have evidence of voting PDP at Ward 2 polling unit, Ikot Effiong Otop, St. Matthew Secondary School, Okoyong Odukpani L.G.A of Cross River State.
In Okpok Ikpa community, also Odukpani the All Progressive Congress is giving out N1, 500 to voters who thumb print for their party.
On the other hand the women leader of the community (name unknown) who is a member of the People’s Democratic party (PDP) ,is seen collecting people’s name and PVC and giving them N1000.
Also report from our Correspondent in Obubra LGA materials just arrived Iyamoyong, not long ago about 30 mins ago and people are being induced to vote with gift items.
Our Correspondent said, “Throughout last Night, Apiapum, Obubra Village, and mile one was busy with parties faithful, going round trying to induced voters with gifts like soap, maggi, rice, etc. And today as early 6am, rumor went round Apiapum, and its environs, that voters should go out get their envelopes, reaching there, various party agent where sharing money in my own eyes”.
In Bagga Obinliku LGA our Correspondent reports that security team dispersed some APC supporters canvassing for votes with money.
Another activity of vote buying have also been reported in Calabar Municipality in Big Qua Town hall polling unit 9 our Correspondent reports amidst high suspicion. Also in Calabar Municipality, the CRISSAA DG Stanley Nsemo-Livingstone has accused APC of buying votes in ward 5.
Watch Video for that of ward 2 polling unit, Ikot Effiong Otop, St. Matthew Secondary School, Okoyong Odukpani L.G.A of Cross River State below;
Picture of the APC vote buyers below;
Since You Are Here, Support Good Journalism
CrossRiverWatch was founded on the ideals of deploying tech tools to report in an ethical manner, news, views and analysis with a narrative that ensures transparency in governance, a good society and an accountable democracy.
Everyone appreciates good journalism but it costs a lot of money. Nonetheless, it cannot be sacrificed on the altar of news commercialisation.
Consider making a modest contribution to support CrossRiverWatch's journalism of credibility and integrity in order to ensure that all have continuous free access to our noble endeavor.