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Gov. Obaseki Visits Families Of Election Violence Victims In Edo

The Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, has visited the families of people that were killed during the presidential election on Saturday.
The governor made this known via his Twitter page on Monday, adding that the police were already investigating the incident.
He tweeted, “Today, I visited the families of two persons who were allegedly killed while exercising their franchise at their polling units during Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly elections in the state.
“The victims include the late Festus Idahosa, 33 years old, and the late Mrs. Elizabeth Owie, a 43-year-old mother of three. It’s sad that this sort of electoral violence still happens at this stage of our development.
“We condole with the families of the deceased persons. The police have already commenced investigation to bring the perpetrators of the evil acts to justice.”

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