Another Nigerian Election Office Burnt Down
Three electoral commission offices housing voting materials have been burned down in the days before the country's presidential election. The Independent National Electoral Commission says latest the fire at its Anambra office destroyed at least 4,695 card readers. The electoral offices in Plateau State and Abia State were similarly destroyed by fire.
INEC container on fire in Anambra, card readers burnt.
Guardian, 12 February 2019
An office for Nigeria's election commission, Independent National Electoral Commission, has been burned down just four days before the general election. Read more »
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