Administrator of Police (SP) Geoffrey Ogbonna, the Police Public Relations Officer, Abia direction has affirmed the torching of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) office in Isiala-Ngwa South Local Government Area of Abia.
Ogbonna affirmed the episode to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Aba on Sunday, including that the fire happened Saturday night.
He said that data accessible to the police demonstrated that the fire began from the can and stretched out to the workplace, where the Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) were put away.
The police representative said that a portion of the PVCs were at that point wrecked before the fire was in the long run put out on Sunday morning.
He said that the quantity of harmed PVCs still couldn’t seem to be found out.
Ogbonna, who talked from the scene of the fire, said that the order had started examination to discover the reason for the fire.
Talking further, the Head of Public Affairs of the commission in Abia, Mr Bamidele Oyetunji, said that police had assumed control over the examination of the episode.
Oyetunji said that the police were in a superior position to discover the culprits of the obnoxious demonstration and that the commission was not suspecting any legislator or its individual from staff.
A few inhabitants of the territory told NAN on the state of namelessness that the fire may have begun in the night yet was just seen on Sunday morning.
It was further discovered that the quantity of copied PVCs probably won’t be under 10,000, thinking about the store of the things.
NAN reports that comparative fire destroyed down the Obingwa LGA INEC office in 2015, after a governorship race appeal to court in Umuhia gave a request for the criminological investigation of the votes in favor of the governorship survey in the territory.