Un-stamped Ballots Cause Uproar Among Students During Presidential Election In Abia State University, Nigeria


During the ongoing Nigerian presidential election, reports have emerged from Abia State University of un-stamped ballots causing an uproar among students.

According to eyewitnesses, the ballots were not stamped as required, and when students raised concerns, officials from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) reportedly told them that they would go to their office to get the ballots stamped. This response did not sit well with the students who demanded that the ballots be stamped on the spot.

The situation quickly escalated as students began to protest, chanting slogans and disrupting the voting process. Security personnel were called in to calm the situation, and the officials eventually agreed to stamp the ballots on site.

While the situation was eventually resolved, the incident highlights the importance of properly stamped ballots in ensuring the integrity of the voting process. The INEC has yet to release a statement on the matter.

As the presidential election continues across the country, it is important for all parties involved to ensure that proper protocols are followed to avoid any issues that could compromise the credibility of the election.


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