It was a sort of embarrassment for the Bauchi State Governor, Malam Isa Yuguda last Saturday as the INEC card reader machine failed to recognise his finger print for the second time same as the last presidential election held in the country.
Governor Yuguda arrived the Baba Sidi primary school in Bauchi metropolis around 12noon in the morning to be accredited but his thumb print was rejected by the card reader machine for a second.
The governor after the accreditation process later returned to the polling unit around 4pm where he casted his vote at the same polling unit commending the electorates for conducting themselves in an orderly manner.
Speaking to newsmen immediately after performing his civic right, Yuguda expressed confidence that PDP will record success at the end of the election in the state.
Commenting on the low turn out of voters, Governor Yuguda described the situation as unfortunate, saying that most of the electorates believed in the Presidential election, which was concluded two weeks ago.
Meanwhile, All Progressive Congress gubernatorial candidate, Barrister Mohammed Abubakar while speaking with Journalists at Guru Galadima polling unit after participating in the election process commended the turn out and orderliness of the voters during the gubernatorial and state assembly election.

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