JUST IN: Group Burn Brooms In Afokang, Calabar South As Result In Ward 12, Unit 13 And 14 Are Announced

In Breaking News, Politics, Reports

By Ilam Patricia and Ololo Kelvin

Some residents comprising mainly of women and children took over the streets immediately after the results for Polling Units 13 and 14 of Ward 21 in Calabar South local government area were announced.

The group which danced and chanted, “PDP is a goal,” as well as “Ayade na you we know,” and “Digital governor carry go!” also burned brooms and opened umbrellas.

From the scene

The voters also attributed the drizzles of rain to nature’s agreement to the results claiming that, “nature also demands for umbrella in the State”.

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