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Ondo Election: Heavy Rainfall Disrupts Voting Process, Destroys Polling Booths In Ijebu, Akure

The election voting process in Ogun has been disrupted by heavy rainfail.

Heavy rainfall has disrupted the ongoing election process in Ijebu area of Owo Local Government of Ondo State.

Ondo Election: Heavy Rainfall Disrupts Voting Process, Destroys Polling Booths In Ijebu, Akure 1

According to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the rain destroyed some election materials with the voting booths in some polling thoroughly soaked, while staff of INEC took refuge and struggled to secure the materials.

The voters also scampered to various directions to take shelter from the rain.

Voting in the polling unit of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate, Eyitayo Jegede, was also interrupted by sudden outburst of rain.

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Jegede and his wife were still on the queue waiting for their turn to cast their votes at PU 009, Ward 02, Akure South LGA, when the rain started.

The development saw the accreditation exercise at the polling unit stopped momentarily, as those at the venue had to seek shelter.

KanyiDaily had also reported that a boat carrying electoral materials and 15 INEC Staff to riverine areas of Ilaje Local Government Area in the ongoing Ondo State governorship election, has capsized.

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