Some Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) officials have been held in the commission’s office in Ogoja, Cross River State.Information Guide Nigeria
According to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), this happened after the declaration of Sen. Jarigbe Agom-Jarigbe as the winner of the Cross River North senatorial district election.
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The Ogoja Electoral Officer, Mr Peter Kolo tried to convince the Senator who could not be issued with the “Declaration Form” that it would be issued later.
However, the Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC), Prof Gabriel Yomere that he sent the form along with other electoral materials.NYSC portal
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Prof Gabriel Yomere said this, when he was responding through a phone call,
Supporters blocked the gate of the compound and said no staff of the commission would be allowed to go out until the Declaration Form was presented to the Senator-elect.JAMB Result
NAN reports Agom-Jarigbe defeated Gov. Ben Ayade of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for the Cross River North Senatorial seat.
PDP defeated the governor in the election conducted on Saturday with 76,145 votes against 56,595 votes.