Soldiers, Police Clash Over Control Of Rivers Collation Center

What exactly is the business of Soldiers in collation center? Some soldiers and policemen on Sunday  engaged in a heated battle at the head office of INEC in Rivers state, causing serious panic.

The argument broke out over who should be in charge of security at the office which is the state collation center where result of the governorship election will be announced.

The soldiers had ordered some policemen to leave the premises,
and after a while the policemen reinforced, forcing their way in. Earlier, armed soldiers manned the gate and a colonel who appeared to be their commander ordered the policemen to move away.

A policeman returned to the gate but was refused entrance. He called on others, and while the argument started, the policemen forced the gate opened, pushing the soldiers away.
We are equally here on duty,” one of the policemen who did not want to be named told TheCable. “How will the army come and ask us not to do the job we’ve been deployed to do?”

Some INEC officials left the premises as a result of the clash between the security agencies. “Since the army wants to take over, let them go and collate the results,” an angry official said. 

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