The Informations reaching Eaglesforesight correspondent right now is that, no security personnel that’s guarding INEC workers & voters In Onitsha, Ayamelum & Anambra West…
Card readers not working in Amesi, Achina, Akpo, Umuchu, many other polling units.
There are authoritative security reports that security personnel are nowhere to be seen in most, if not all polling units and wards in Onitsha South including wards 1,2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and so on and almost the whole polling centers located in Ayamelum and Anambra West Local Government Areas.
INEC adhoc staffs including members of NYSC and scores of courageous voters that had come out to vote are stranded as INEC staffs are hanging around unprotected.
Some of the voters who could not wait, they have out of fears started leaving the polling units in anger and frustration. Card Readers deployed there are also questionably faulty.
At the above named communities in Aguata Local Government Area including Amesi, Achina, Akpo, Umuchu and so on, deployed card readers are malfunctioning and a good number of voters that have arrived to be captured have not been captured or allowed to vote.
The above raises strong suspicion and corroborate our persistent outcries that the INEC’s ICT headed since 2017 by one “Chidi Nwafor” is heavily compromised by the rigging agents of the Government.
It is also a possible confirmation of the position of the Government of Anambra State that “APC had written results through digital uploading of massively procured PVCs, thump-printing of ballot papers and eleventh hours writing of their results in criminal results sheets in ten local government areas of the State with largest voting population including: Onitsha South, Onitsha North, Aguata, Idemmili North, Idemmili South, Anambra West, Anambra East, Orumba North, Orumba South and Ogbaru”.
The INEC’s ICT appeared to have devised criminal measures to forestall credible voting in these areas so as to upload the manufactured results already loaded waiting to be “crossed over”.
Signed by information source:
Emeka Umeagbalasi Barr Chidimma Udegbunam
For: Int’l Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law