As voting for the presidential and National Assembly elections gets underway nationwide, an agent of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has allegedly been shot dead in Rivers state.
According to Independent, security personnel allegedly shot the agent at ward 10, Akuku-Torun local government area of the state.
Continentour.com.ng cannot independently verify the authenticity of the report at the moment. Also, reasons for the shooting are still not known as at the time of filing of this report.
Meanwhile, Continentour.com.ng previously reported that dynamite explosions were heard in several parts of Port Harcourt, the Rivers state capital on Saturday, February 23. Areas affected include Rumuola and Diobu in the state capital
. Also affected was Abonnema in Asari Toru local government area, the locality of Tonye Cole, the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate in the state.
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