BREAKING: elections will not hold in 240 polling units — INEC 

INEC Chairman, Prof Mahmood Yakubu ,INEC Adhoc Staff Training Date For 2023 Election
INEC Chairman, Prof Mahmood Yakubu

Elections will not hold in 240 polling units, INEC .

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) said on Monday that elections will not be held in about 240 polling units in 28 States of the federation between February 25 and March 11.



Also Read Peter Obi Speaks On Giving CAN 2 Billion Naira To Mobilise Support

The Commission also said that it will not accept a situation in which two or more party agents show up at the polling places and cause confusion. It said that any agent caught doing this will be arrested and charged with a crime.

In Edo, Kwara, Rivers, and Zamfara States, there is only one polling unit where elections won’t happen. In Imo State, there are 38 polling units where elections won’t happen.


Pay Attention to Peter Obi Speaks On Giving CAN 2 Billion Naira To Mobilise Support

Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, the head of INEC, told leaders of the 18 registered political parties at a regular meeting before the elections. He said that none of the affected polling units had any registered voters.

He said that, with the exception of the 240 polling units, elections will be held in about 176,606 polling units across the country.

Yakubu stated nobody chose to vote in these polling units.

READ ALSO: INEC has rigged February 25th presidential election in favour of Atiku Abubakar — Nwaezeigwe



More details to follow



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here