Chukwuma Soludo votes, decries low turnout of voters in Anambra

South East, the Anambra state Governor Chukwuma Soludo voted in the State Assembly election on Saturday and lamented the low voter turnout.

At precisely 11.30 a.m., Soludo made his way to Polling Unit 002, Ofiyi Square, Umueze at Isuofia Ward 13, Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra, and cast his ballot.

The governor urged other eligible voters to exercise their right to vote in a press conference shortly after voting.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was praised by him for starting the process early in the state.

He added that ”from the information available to me, the electoral process seems to be going on well in terms of deployment of logistics and early commencement of election.

“I think there is a great improvement compared to the previous election in terms of the arrival and deployment of materials. It seems to be going on well, relatively peaceful.

”I’m optimistic that the will of the people will prevail in spite of low turnout of voters when compared to the previous election.

”I want to encourage the people of Anambra to step out and exercise their civic obligations by voting. Anyone who is on the queue before 2 p.m. will be allowed to vote and your vote will count.”

He commended residents for conducting themselves peacefully so far. (NAN)

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Written by Izuchukwu E.N

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