INEC to set up voting centers in IDP camps

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The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has announced plans to set up voting centres for Internally Displaced Persons across the country.

Chairman, Board of Survey and Technical Committee on Equipment Acquisition, INEC, Mohammed Haruna, confirmed that the commission was working on setting up voting centres for the displaced persons to ensure that no one was disenfranchised in 2023.

Haruna noted that with the spread of insecurity across the country, INEC would conduct elections in IDP camps where they still exist, but would adopt a different approach for the internally displaced persons living in communities.

Written by: Helen Obih

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