Related INEC, NOA, others move against voided votes seven hours past Politics Points for concern and action, by Olusegun Obasanjo seven hours past Politics 5 politician candidates, APC members work to prevent Abubakar in Bauchi State seven hours past Politics legislator candidate of the Peoples political party (PDP) in Delta Central district, Hon. Evelyn Omavowan Oboro, yesterday alerted of plots to assassinate her. Oboro, World Health Organization is presently representing Okpe, Sapele and Uwvie Federal body within the House of Representatives, conjointly suspect the police of denying her protection, despite applying for it. The lawgiver self-addressed the media to boost the alarm concerning the threats to her life and people of her supporters, whereas claiming that the police are operating for the All Progressives Congress (APC). per her, whereas the police have denied her escorts in her campaigns, her main opponent within the APC, Ovie Omo-Agege had thirteen trucks of policemen allotted to him and are going concerning the district discouraging her supporters.Oboro more alleged that she has been receiving many calls from non-public numbers, warning her of plots to rig the elections in Omon-Agege’s favour. But, the state Police Command aforementioned yesterday that the allegation of assassination plot by an official of Oboro’s standing was weighty and deserves imperative investigation. once contacted, Omo-Agege’s Director of Communication and Strategy, Mr. Godwin Anaughe, secure to send elaborate reaction to Oboro’s claims, however as at press time, no such reaction had arrived. The Delta State Police voice, Saint Andrew Aniamaka, told The Guardian on phone, that if the lawgiver believes that her life is vulnerable, she would have drawn the eye of relevant authorities thereto for a decisive action to be taken.On her being denied police escorts throughout campaigns, Aniamaka aforementioned if she went through the authorised method, police escorts would be allotted to her.He explained that the police don’t have anything against Evelyn Oboro, and so, wouldn’t designedly deny her due entitlements, if she followed due process of law.