APC Agents Abandon Duty In Adamawa Rerun
Agents of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Adamawa State where visibly absent at the ongoing governorship supplementary election in Adamawa State.
A visit to some of the polling units in the state revealed the absence of APC agents in the supplementary governorship election organised by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC),
Naija News recalls Ahmed Lawan, the APC state Organising Secretary, had on Wednesday, threatened that his party would boycott Thursday’s supplementary elections.
However, Mohammed Abdullahi, the Publicity Secretary, made a contradictory statement in the evening when he confirmed that “APC would take part in the governorship supplementary election“.
However, no APC agent was sighted in most of the polling units visited by Sahara Reporters in Yola South, Numan, Lamurde and Girei Local Government Areas (LGAs).
At PU 008 Mustapha Primary School, Bako Ward, Yola South, an APC agent reportedly was on the ground but also quickly disappeared after receiving a phone call.
Meanwhile, this online medium reports that there was a general low turn out of voters for the supplementary election.