Voters at Ozoigwe primary school in Asaba Delta state capital are getting agitated following the poor voting arrangement and the unprecedented crowd which seem to be slowing down the accreditation and voting processes.
Our reporter who was at the centre on two occasions reports that at the early hour of the day, security was tensed but as the voting commenced, security reduced and the pressure became tensed on the corps members.
At the return of our reporter to the centre at about 1pm, the centre became rowdy and many people queued up but the queue seems unmovable.
One Anthony Okafor, who appeared unhappy with the process, told our reporter that one party was collecting PVCs from voters and directing them on whom to vote for.
Some of the people who have stood for so long told our reporter that they were leaving the voting centre as they were tired of the system.
According to Okafor, party agents are not helping the system, he specifically mentioned APC agents as the collecting PVCs from voters and directing them on whom to vote for.
However, the queue still remains long. Many people are still very ready to remain in the long queue and vote under the scorching sun.