Card Readers: Operators were poorly trained, Arenyeka opines

*As Omimi, Omatseye describe polls as peaceful

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Card Readers: Operators were poorly trained, Arenyeka opines
Hon. Omimi Esquire casting his ballot at GRA Ward Warri

Delta State Peoples Democratic Party Deputy Chairman, Barr. Ada Val Arenyeka, says operators of the card readers used in the conduct of today's Presidential and National Assembly elections, "were poorly trained and the card readers didn't work well".                                          

The PDP Chieftain who spoke to Fresh Angle International in an exclusive chat at Yonwuren College Polling Unit, Ugbuwangue, Warri  while voting was ongoing, advised electorates to conduct themselves in orderly manner and vote according to their conscience, with emphasis on PDP candidates.                                 

Political Adviser to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, Hon. Omimi Esquire in a remark after casting his ballot, described the election as peaceful and orderly.                                       
He admonished INEC to be sincere and straight forward in the conduct of the exercise, in order for the electorates not to lose confidence in the body.                                      

Action Democratic Party Delta South Senatorial Candidate, Barr. Temisan Omatseye who also spoke to Our Crew, equally noted that the poll was very peaceful with" nothing much to complain about so far".                                     

Fresh Angle International can report that voting commenced in most parts of Warri, Warri South Local Government Area and Uvwie Local Government Area few minutes past 10:00 am, just as voters turned out enmasse for the exercise with no violent incident as at the time of this report.

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