In Kogi, APC chieftain goes door to door, begging voters to ‘come and vote’

As voting commenced in 91 local governments in Kogi state, registered voters have refused to come out and vote en masse.

Low turn out of voters has been reported in Odo-Ape, Ayetoro-Kiri and Ayetoro-Gbede, and other areas of Kogi state.

Speaking to News Agency of Nigeria, a trader, Kehinde Ishola said she would rather go about her normal business than vote in the election.

She revealed the reason for the reluctance of voters to come out is because “the supplementary election will not change anything and this is why you are seeing this low turnout of voters.”

She also added: “By the end of the exercise today, INEC would know they had erred by declaring the Nov. 21 election inconclusive,”

Meanwhile, Abubakar Mumuni, a leading member of APC in Ijumu LGA, has been visiting houses to beg the people to come out and cast their votes.

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