On election day, reports and locals claim that suspected Boko Haram militants fired a Rocket Propelled Launcher at a polling location in Borno state’s Gwoza local government area.

Voters scrambled for safety as a result of the incident, which occurred on Saturday about 10 a.m.

Reports added, few persons got injuries, but no life was lost.

According to sources, the terrorists shot RPGs from the Mandara Mountains, which border Gwoza and the Cameroun Republic, at a great distance.

The hometown of Senator Mohammed Ali Ndume, who is running again on behalf of the APC, is Gwoza, which is located roughly 150 miles south of Maiduguri.

All attempts to get Ndume’s confirmation as Chairman of the Senate Committee on the Army were unsuccessful.