Published On: Wed, Jul 11th, 2018

Massive Rigging Plan Aborted, As Police Raids Printing Press Owned By Fayose, Arrests Culprits, Exposes Fake Electoral Materials.

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The Police in Lagos State, has invaded a Printing Press, O’Naphtali Limited, where alleged fake electoral materials were being printed, ahead of the July 14 Governorship election in Ekiti State.


The Printing Press, located at 13A and 13B, Oguntano Street, Gbagada, Lagos, is allegedly owned by one Eniola Fayose, a native of Ikere-Ekiti.


It was gathered that Police Commissioner, Imohimi Edgal, led Detectives to the place, on July 8, following a tip-off that fake electoral materials were being manufactured there.


Although the owner of the premises was not around when Detectives got there, it was gathered that two Human Resource Managers, and a Graphic Artist, were apprehended.

Edgal confirmed the incident, adding that, those arrested were assisting the Police in their investigation.


He said: “The report further revealed that some of the printed ballot papers were moved to Ekiti State, in three Hilux vans on Friday, July 6, while the artworks are still in their graphic computers.


“Based on the report, a contingent of Policemen was immediately deployed to the location, to verify the information.


“At the scene, it was discovered that the company has two buildings located at number 13A and 13B, Oguntona Street, Gbagada Phase 1. It was also discovered that the two buildings are being used for general printing, artwork.”


See the attached report from the Nigerian Police:

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