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Enugu State Police PRO reacts after seeing video of a DPO snatching ballot box at a polling unit.

Enugu State Police Command Public Relations Officer PRO, DSP Daniel Ndukwe has taken to social media to react after seeing video of a Divisional Police Officer (DPO) snatching a ballot box at the Umuokere polling unit, Udenu Local Government Area of Enugu State during the Federal Constituency rerun Election on Saturday.

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Sharing video of the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) snatching ballot box at a polling unit in Enugu State, a Twitter user wrote: “Watch as Police DPO, soldiers snatch ballot box at Umuokere polling unit…”

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View pictures in App save up to 80% data. This tweet from the man sharing video of a police DPO snatching a ballot box at a polling unit on Saturday has attracted reactions from Nigerians, one of which was from the Enugu State Police Command Public Relations Officer PRO, Daniel Ndukwe who tweeted: “Your post has been intercepted by us. Hence, we’ve commenced investigation to establish the occurrence or otherwise of the incident in this current rerun elections…”

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