5 INEC adhoc officials arrested for thumb-printing ballot papers in Imo

Five ad hoc officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Imo were on Saturday arrested for thumb-printing ballot papers in the governorship re-run election in the state.

The officials were arrested at Omuma
Primary School in Oru East local government following an order by Mr Mike Igini, one of the resident electoral commissioners deployed to Imo for the

The Resident Electoral Commissioner in
Imo, Dr Gabriel Ada, who confirmed the
arrest, said that the officials were already
in police custody.

Ada said the ad hoc workers connived with agents of a political party to thumb-print ballot papers leading to their arrest.

In the same vein, the election has been
cancelled in Ozuh Primary School, Omuma following the arrest of 25 persons claiming to be INEC officials by military men.

The arrested persons and the election
materials in their possession were taken
to the Oru East local government
headquarters. (NAN)

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