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Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) Maj. Gen. John Gbor, voted at bout 2pm at the NKST Primary School Anmber, Polling Unit code 603 where 770 registered voters are expected to vote.
All eligible voters were on the queue and anxiously waiting to vote at the time of this report.
Speaking with newsmen after casting his vote, Gbor expressed confidence in the ability of INEC to conduct a credible poll and called for peaceful conduct of the elections.
The presidential hopeful who said he was encouraged by the turn out of voters, also said he was sure that the vote of the people would count.
“I believe INEC will do a good job here. The security situation is also good; the Police are doing their job and there is law and order,” Gen. Gbor said.
He also appealed to Nigerians not to be violent as they cast their votes, in compliance with the request by President Muhamnadu Buhari that they conduct themselves peacefully during and after the poll.
Meanwhile, findings by our correspondent shows that the election is largely peaceful in all parts of Benue State.
Many eligible voters were seen trekking long distances to their polling units to exercise their civic duty.
Some of the electorate who spoke to our correspondent said they had to trek the long distances to be able to match their prayers with their action by participating in the electoral process.
They however prayed that after playing their part as voters, their votes would count in the end.
At the time of filing this report, sorting and counting of votes had commenced in some polling units across the state including the Government House Arts Theatre Polling unit 001.