BREAKING: Police Rescue 19 INEC Ad-hoc Staff Kidnapped in Imo

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Men of the Imo State Police Command in Nigeria have rescued 19 Ad-hoc staff of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, who were kidnapped in the state in the early hours of Saturday.

INEC spokesperson in the state, Chinenye Chijioke-Osuji, said they were rescued after a distress call, and information about the incident was disclosed to the security operatives, who swung into action immediately.

The rescued ad-hoc staff of the electoral commission were on their way to seven different polling units in Ugbelie Ward 06 in Ideato South Local Government Area of the state when they were kidnapped.

Chijioke-Osuji added that some election materials, including BVAS and sensitive materials, were not recovered.

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