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Tension in Asaba as Violence Stalls Delta State Youth Council’s Election (2)


Tension in Asaba as Violence Stalls Delta State Youth Council’s Election (Photos & Video)

The National Youth council of Nigeria, Delta State Chapter Election has been declared inconclusive due to the level of violence which escalated at the venue of the election.

The Election which was suppose to herald the coming on board of new executive members, was disrupted by some thugs employed to truncate the peaceful election at the Indoor Sports Hall of Asaba Township Stadium.

Speaking to Asaba Metro, an eye witness who pleaded anonymity said, “trouble started when there was an allege move by some quarters to impose on the congress, a leadership which would favour a certain party. It was when the youths protested the move that hell was let loose in the indoor hell of Asaba Stadium.”

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After some deadly display at the front of Asaba Township Stadium and along the ever Busy Nnebisi road, Asaba, the crisis moved to the Gate of the Government House Gate along Anwai Road

The pandemonium as captured by Asaba Metro, shows a damaged Bus belonging to NULGE Warri South Branch and several youths bearing injuries on their bodies supposedly afflicted on them by the rampaging thugs.

As at the time of filing in this report, the aggrieved youths who besieged the entrance of the Government House, have been dispersed by Men of the Nigeria Police Force who were drafted to the scene to forestall reprisal attacks and prevent the breakdown of law and order.

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