Rivers: Drama As PDP Protesters Bring ‘Juju’, Native Doctor To INEC Office

It was a wild drama at the main entrance to the Rivers State headquarters of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Tuesday morning when protesting members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) resumed their protest along with a pot of ‘juju’ and a native doctor.

The protesters, who also came with palm fronds, are on their second day of the demand for a joint inspection of election materials at the INEC office.

They had on Monday attacked the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Tonye Cole and prevented him from accessing the office of the electoral umpire where he was scheduled to meet with the officials of the commission.

When the protest resumed yesterday, the Chairman of Ikwerre local government area, Samuel Nwanosike, who dressed in white and a traditional cap, was seen making incantations in his native Ikwerre language.

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