11 Corps members, 43 others who were persecuted by the army for alleged electoral fraud -Nigerian

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The 6 Department of Nigerian armyPort-Harcourt has accused eleven National Youth Service Corps members, 43 others, of alleged elections Scam in the rivers State.

The corps members were allegedly arrested in an arrest hotel in Gokana Local Government Area of ​​the state filled out the results sheets in favor of a political party during the presidential and national assembly elections last week.

Division spokesman Aminu Illiyasu, while demonstrating the suspects at the headquarters of the 6th Division PortHarcourt yesterday, said preliminary investigations showed that the suspects were transferred from the polling stations to a hotel to manipulate the elections in favor of a political party.

He reported that items retrieved from the hotel contained 34 ballot boxes loaded with ballot papers, three card readers, 10 pockets of voting materials, and a Toyota Hiace bus with the registration number. Lagos EQ171KRD.

However, a member of the Corp, Mr. Ewitimi Jimicoal, speaking on behalf of other colleagues, said that they had been ripped off by some armed men and had been forced to fill in lists of results from the thugs.

According to him, "we heard sporadic shots in the polling stations on Saturday after the presidential and national assembly elections, and immediately some boys and some community men forced us into a bus and drove to an unknown location."

"There on the spot, the boys forced us to fake the result in favor of a political party at gunpoint, out of fear we did it, and while we were still surrounded with weapons, the army came and arrested us."

In addition, a middle-aged man, Gogo Meshach, was arrested and arrested with a "142 Permanent Voter Card" (PVC) and 42 pages of voter list. The suspect was handed over to the state police for further investigation and possible prosecution. Including other suspects INEC Officers were also handed over to the police.

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