In Lagos, heavily armed police officers storm INEC office

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A police detachment of about 30 has arrived at the INEC headquarters office in Lagos to increase security around the facilities with just two days until the presidential and federal parliamentary elections.

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The operatives, who were fully armed, arrived at the INEC office on Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. with their weapons and belongings, as INEC was busy loading the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS) into trucks to be transported to various local government areas in Lagos.

As soon as they arrived for election duty, the police officers started chanting various songs.

The Central Bank of Nigeria delivered sensitive materials to INEC in Lagos on Wednesday in preparation for the presidential and parliamentary elections on Saturday.

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The materials were already being distributed by the commission to Lagos’ 20 local government areas.

The presidential and federal parliamentary elections will be held on Saturday.

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