‘I Have Faith In The Process,although clumsy’ Obi speaks after casting his vote


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The Vice Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Peter Obi says he is satisfied with the voting process.

Peter Obi casting his vote

He stated this on Saturday after casting his votes in Umudinma Kafi in Agulu 2 ward in Anaocha Local Government Area of Anambra State.

“I have faith in the process but that doesn’t mean the process is perfect,” he said stressing that it took him too much time to go through the process.

“Well, I am not tensed but the system is still a bit clumsy for a lot of people. We look at the time it takes to look at the process. When I got there, I had to ask because the things and everything were not proper.”

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Obi, who is also the immediate past governor of the Southeastern state, noted it was too early to assess the outcome of the election.

According to him, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) still needs to look at some hitches associated with election materials.

When asked to clarify on the reported harassment of some PDP chieftains by some security operatives last night, he simply affirmed saying “Yes. Capital Yes!”

He stated that most bigwigs of his party, including himself, were harassed last night, he, however, denied having any knowledge on their release.

“I don’t know whether they were arrested but I said. Most of them were harassed including myself and I say Yes!, Capital yes!. I expect there will be an election where Nigerians will determine their future. (The harassment) spells trouble for the country.”

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