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Ondo Election:Doctored video claiming Akeredolu’s wife was injured at polling unit circulates online

Different variations of a video which went viral on Saturday, October 10, 2020 claimed that violence has erupted at a polling unit in Ondo state and that the wife of the state governor, Betty Akeredolu, was injured.

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