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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) reportedly delayed the commencement of voting by over 15 minutes at a polling unit in Nasarawa earlier today due to a lack of ink.

According to a report by Channels TV, the incident happened at Aunty Alice Secondary School polling unit in Mararaba, Nasarawa State.

The INEC officials arrived at the polling unit as early as 8:15 am but had to wait until about 8:30 am before they commenced the process because they didn’t have ink in the ink pad to stamp the ballot papers and for thumb printing of votes.

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They had to wait on their supervisors to bring the required equipment to the polling unit before the voting process commenced, according to the assistant presiding officer.

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Meanwhile, as at last check, accreditation and voting have commenced at PU 058, Aunty Alice Secondary School, Karu Area of Nasarawa. Voters are already in the queue to cast their votes.

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