Imo State By-election; Voting Exercise Commences At Ngor-Okpala

Voting has begun in various polling units at Ngor-Okpala Local Council Area of for the vacant State constituency seat of the area.

Officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) arrived on a good time with sensitive and nonsensitive materials as voting began by 8.30 am.

According to The Nation, places like Logara/Umuohiagu ward, Ndiuhu Umuokoada Logara village square (PU 002), Primary School, Umuorisha Umuohiagu (PU 008) and Umuchoko junction, Umuohiagu (PU 012) already began voting.

Other polling units visited in the ward are Umuohiagu town hall (PU 011) and Umuoro village square, Umuohiagu (PU 007).

Also, voting has begun in the following polling units at Ohelekem Nnorie ward: Central School Nnorie (PU 004), Umuedi Nnorie hall (PU 008) and Ekeukwu Nnorie market square (PU 006).

In Umuhu ward, voting has begun at Umueme Village Hall (PU 005), Umuota village hall (PU 003) and Union Primary School, Egbelu (PU 001).

Also, there was a noticeable presence of security operatives at the voting points although they were not armed.

Appraising the process, a community leader and local observer, Athan Agbakwuru, commended for arriving on time and expressed confidence that the process would be hitch-free.

House of Assembly declared the Ngor-Okpala State constituency seat vacant following allegations of non-performance of legislative duties leveled against an erstwhile occupant of the seat, Tochi Okereke.

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