Two female voters on Saturday’s supplementary elections in Kebbi State have claimed that the ‘Broom’ Party gave them N3,000, two wrappers, and packs of pasta for voting for the party.
Goldennewsng reports that the voters spoke in Hausa with Channels Television at the Baban Dutsi Model Primary School which has three polling units: Karyo, Umijin Nana, and Baban Dutsi.
The electorates also said the ‘Broom’ party also gave other voters the same items for voting for them in the election.
Recall that INEC had during the February 25 and March 18 elections declared some governorship, National Assembly, and state assemblies’ polls inconclusive and directed a rerun.
In Kebbi, the All Progressives Congress (APC) polled 388,258 votes as against the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)’s 342,980, leading the Returning Officer in the governorship election, Professor Yusuf Sa’idu, to declare the election inconclusive.
He said violence, destruction of election materials, disruption of electoral proceedings, and over-voting played a role in the decision.
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