ALLEGATIONS ranging from planned rigging to intimidation of opposition political parties in different parts of the country have continued to dog the rescheduled National Assembly election, prompting calls on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and the security agencies to exhibit practical commitment to neutrality and conduct of credible polls.
In Edo State, Governor Adams Oshiomhole yesterday alleged that soldiers deployed to the state to check electoral fraud have been compromised ...
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