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BREAKING: Ondo INEC office in Akure on Fire

The Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) Head Office in Akure in Ondo State is on fire.

The news broke out on the Official Twitter handle of INEC (@inecnigeria) monitored by SOJ WORLDWIDE ONLINE NEWS on Thursday evening, September 10, 2020.

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The statement reads,


Fire broke out today, Thursday September 10,2020 at the Ondo State Head Office of the Independent National Electoral Commission in Akure. The inferno, which gutted the container housing Smart Card Readers…

Men of the Fire Service are however currently containing the fire.

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National Commissioner, Barrister Festus Okoye, who is in Ondo State in connection with preparations for the Ondo State Governorship election scheduled for 10th October 2020, rushed to the office at about 8pm. 

The Administrative Secretary of the State, Mr. Popoola and some staff of the Commission are also there.

Barrister Okoye said investigation into the cause of the fire will commence promptly after the fire has been contained.”

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