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Benue South rerun: Hear what David Mark said after voting in Otukpo

Written By Idoma Television on Saturday, February 20, 2016 | 2:42:00 AM

Former Senate President and flag bearer of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the rerun senatorial election in Benue South, Chief David Mark has just cast his vote at his Otukpo Club polling unit.

Spotting a white long sleeves and a blue pencil trouser, Mark arrived the polling unit in company of his bosom friend, Senator Tunde Ogbeha, young brother, Igoche Mark and other loyalists.

Speaking shortly after casting his vote, Mark expressed confidence that he will return to the Senate.
“Our people have resolved to return me back. They have decided that no external forces can come in between us in Zone C. We call on our supporters to maintain law and order while the election lasts,” he said.

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Ikwue Adaji said...

External forces my foot..Always asking for sympathy votes.We have said it with one voice,mugabe mark pls leave,go and enjoy ur easily earned loot.For 16 yrs u ve presided and destroyed the Idoma nation..Once more ,thank u for ur services..PLEASE GO

 
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