Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has expressed his satisfaction with the conduct of the presidential and National Assembly elections across the state, despite the arrival of electoral officials at some polling stations.
Okorocha was addressing newsmen after casting his vote at Ogboko community in the Idea to South Local Government Area of Imo on Saturday.
According to NAN, he noted that incidents of ballot box snatching had greatly reduced, commending the Federal Government for its efforts in ensuring the eradication of the problem.
The governor pointed out that the postponement of the election did not cause voter-apathy as many had feared.
He lauded voters for their calmness and for shunning electoral violence, adding that this would ensure the perfection of the democratic process in Nigeria.
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on 23 Feb 2019, 3:43 PM
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