Pregnant woman, 2 others killed in Rivers community

Tiv Jukun Taraba State
A young boy pushes a wheelbarrow past he wreckage of a burnt vehicle and burning shops following a bomb blast at Terminus market in the central city of Jos on May 20, 2014. Twin car bombings on Tuesday killed at least 46 in central Nigeria in the latest in a series of deadly blasts that will stoke fears about security despite international help in the fight against Boko Haram Islamists. AFP PHOTO / STR

 A pregnant woman and two others, including a member of Emuoha Vigilantes Service ( EMOVIS) have been killed Saturday during the ongoing Presidential and National Assembly elections in Ubomini Community of Emuoha Local Government Area of the state. 

  Our Correspondent learnt that several houses were also burnt during the incident. 

Meanwhile, the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System ( BVAS) deployed by lndependent National Electoral Commission, lNEC has failed to accredits Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Woke and wife, Hon Justice Suzette Nyesom Wike for the ongoing Presidential and National Assembly elections in the state. 

  The BVAS failed to recognize Gov Wike and his wife, when they came to cast their votes at unit 7, Ward 9, Obio Akpor Local Government Area of the state.

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