INEC Speaks On Forged Results In Kogi Amidst Ongoing Voting Exercise

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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has reacted to viral forged results from Kogi State.

Vox9ja earlier reported that a civil society organisation, YIAGA Africa, raised the alarm on Saturday morning, over the discovery of election results from a polling unit in Kogi before the conclusion of the exercise.

The results were said to have emanated from Polling Unit 004, Eni Ward of Ogori/Mangogo in Kogi State.

Yiaga Africa made this claim in a post on its handle, @YIAGA, on X.

It called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to investigate the results.

In a statement via X, the electoral umpires said the situation was severe and senior officials deployed to Kogi State are investigating the incident.

The statement reads, “Our attention has been drawn to a report that filled result sheets were discovered in some polling units in Kogi State.

“The Commission views this situation seriously.

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“Our senior officials deployed to the State are currently investigating the incident(s). The Commission will communicate its decision earnestly.”

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