#KogiDecides: Soldiers Shut Down Polling Unit As Result Sheets Go Missing

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Kogi state is bubbling with election activities as a new governor will be elected today, Saturday, November 21.

Reports have emerged that troops of the Nigerian Army have ‘locked down’ Dekina LGA, in the state.

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The reports infer that the council has been on guard by soldiers, since 5:00 am, and neither party agents nor voters are able to move around.

Meanwhile, Punch reports that some INEC result sheets have allegedly gone missing in the polling unit at Ajetachi.

Further update from the Situation Room Nigeria, reports on its Twitter page that ballot papers were snatched by armless thugs, at RAC unit 10, Anyigba, at about 8:30am.

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