Sep 21, 2021

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Anambra Election: INEC Sends Powerful Message to APGA, APC, Others, Reveals New Plan

  • The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) advised the political parties participating in the state of Anambra
  • FestuOs koye, the national commissioner and chairman of INEC, Information and Voter Education Committee, gave this advice on Monday September 13th.
  • Okoye said the commission is working hard to fulfill its mandate to ensure a credible gubernatorial election < / strong>

FCT, Abuja – In the run-up to the gubernatorial elections in Anambra, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has political parties in polled to put their homes in order and campaign responsibly.

Daily Sun reports that INEC National Commissioner and Chair of the Information and Voter Education Committee, Festus Okoye, the Advice when he spoke to Nig erias (NAN) spoke.

He advised the parties to ask the Commission for clarification on national security issues.

Vanguard also reports that Okoye said the commission was working hard to fulfill its mandate to ensure a credible election for Anambra governor.

He urged all stakeholders to work with INEC , and said that making and running a good election is a multi-stakeholder endeavor.

Okoye noted:

“The Commission is also moving quickly to get around rebuild their Anambra collection center, storage facilities and office buildings, as well as facilities burned or damaged by arsonists. “

He noted that all materials had already been delivered, including 326 generating sets from all registration areas and seven commercial vehicles for elections, from the Angre ifern were destroyed.

APGA governor’s aspirants at APC before the elections in Anambra

I It was reported that Okafor, who is currently the constituency of Nnewi Representing North in the House of Assembly for the state of Anambra on Wednesday September 8th confirmed that he had disposed of APGA. Legislators said he was approved by party leaders betrayed who assured him that there would be equal conditions for all aspirants.