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Anambra Election: APGA’s Charles Soludo Finally Votes After Hours Of Delay [VIDEO]

Candidate of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in the 2021 Anambra governorship election, Charles Soludo, has finally cast his ballot after a delay that lasted more than five hours.

Soludo, who voted at polling unit 002, Isuofia ward, had earlier complained about the slow accreditation process.

The slow process was attributed to the Bimodal Verification Device, which failed to work despite being replaced with additional support.

The device is used to accredit voters to enable them to cast their ballot.

Despite his complaints, Soludo had called for his supporters to exercise patience, describing himself as a “process person”.

Meanwhile, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has extended the voting time for the election due to problems with accreditation in several polling units.

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It is not yet clear when voting will officially close in all polling units.

Watch the video below:

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