It was around 6 am local time that many polling offices were operational. The election officers and the witnesses of the candidate deputies were the first to fulfill their civic duties.  
Occurred in Beni, Congo (Democratic Republic of the) on March 31, 2019, at 5:40 AM
Reported by ERIKAS via SMS on March 31, 2019, at 6:00 AM in GOMA, Congo (Democratic Republic of the)

This rumour is confirmed true and is of low priority – here's why:
Beni: Certains centres de vote sont moins fréquentés depuis le matin et les témoins sont inoccupés.
OICHA, From one center to another, it is an exceptional craze that has been perceptible during the morning hours. Queues were visible in front of the polls office from 5.30 am local time.

The rest of the voters were subjected to a consultation of the nominal lists before the vote.

For the moment, voting operations are taking place without any major incident on the whole city of OICHA, indicates the CENI / local executives.

However, many voters find it difficult to handle the voting machine. Therefore, they take five to ten minutes to choose their favorite candidates.

Given the persistence of Ebola virus disease in the area, soap-washing devices are visible at the entrance to the polling stations.

Meanwhile, elements of the Congolese national police furrow the polling centers. In hot spots, we also notice the presence of law enforcement officers, who obviously fight against any infiltration of the enemy into the city.
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GOMA, Congo (Democratic Republic of the) ERIKAS SMS 31-Mar-2019 @ 6:00 AM

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