LIVE: Voters Enticed To Sell Their Votes For Bottles Of Drinks And A Thousand Naira In Odukpani, Calabar Municipal (PICTURES)

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By CrossRIverWatch Admin

Report has it that electorates are now being enticed to sell their votes not just for money but also for bottles of beer and soft drinks.

Our correspondents across the State report tha, political parties are rewarding voters with a bottle of beer and a thousand naira for voting for their various parties.

In ward 3, unit 008, Ediba Road, Calabar Municipality, voters are said to be given bottles of beer after voting and given a thousand Naira; and in Okpok Ikpa community in Odukpani, eligible voters are given a bottle of Malt after voting and taken into the Chief’s compound to be compensated with the sum of NGN1000.

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