Prince, Ex-BBNaija Contestant Unveils How Thugs Scatter Ballot Boxes As Police Officers Watch (VIDEO)

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Prince Nelson Enwerem, a Nigerian reality star has recounted how political thugs disrupted the election exercise at his polling unit in Lagos state during the 2023 gubernatorial election.

On Saturday, March 18, the rescheduled gubernatorial election took place across the country after the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) postponed the exercise by one week. The civic exercise, especially in Lagos state has been marred with reports of disruption from political thugs who have used heinous means to disenfranchise residents from certain parts of the country.

Earlier, MDB reported that some political thugs who identify with the ruling party, All Progressive Congress (APC) were specifically targeting those of who from the Igbo tribe, the South Eastern part of Nigeria.

Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Prince  has now narrated how some thugs came to his polling units, scatter the ballot boxes and left while police officers watch.

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The reality TV star shared a video of the incident on his Twitter page.

He wrote, “We were voting peacefully until the INEC polling officers suddenly told us that we can’t vote anymore that the server is down, we should give them sometime, few mins later these guys showed up and scattered the ballot boxes, and left while the police officers watched.”

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He continued,

We picked them up again and tried to continue but the polling officers had changed outfits and was trying to sneak out, we said no they should continue and they refused.

Before we knew it the boys returned in 3 buses this time with police escorts who shot into the air, the thugs proceeded to chase everyone away and while screaming “Omo Igbo wants to take over Lagos

Watch the video below.

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