LIVE: I-Report; Multiple Voting In Calabar South (AUDIO)

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

Reports reaching our situation room suggests that in Calabar South local government area, there is rancor at ward 11, units 13 and 14.

An eyewitness, Abigal Jimmy says an electorate who is suspected to have cast her vote for PDP, voted twice, and when the security operatives and INEC officials were notified nothing was done about it which led to unrest.

From the scene.

Listen to the report on CrossiverWatch Radio;

As at the time of filing this report, voting is still on going across the 18 local government areas of Cross River State. Pictures below;

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