INEC Commence Distribution of PVCs in Imo

today12/15/2022 14

share close

As the collection of permanent voter’s card commences, Imolites have expressed concern over poor turnout of INEC staff.

Speaking with Boss Radio Monitoring Team, a civil servant, Jude Njoku, laments on the shortage of INEC staffs.

A Student, Chidinma Odor, speaks on the effects of the attacks on INEC facilities.

Another civil servant, Joseph Okoli has this to say;

Written by: Helen Obih

Rate it

Previous post


Kogi Government Restates Commitment to End Gender Based Violence

Kogi State Government has reinstated its commitment to eradicating all forms of Gender-Based Violence. The State Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development, Fatima Kabir-Buba disclosed this at a one-day Awareness Creation on Prevention of Gender-Based Violence, in Lokoja, the state capital. Kabir-Buba noted that the Violence against Persons Prohibition Act signed into law by the Governor, criminalizes domestic, political violence and other forms of violence by state actors. The […]

today12/15/2022 18

Post comments (0)

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Our customer support team is here to answer your questions.
error: Alert: Content is protected !!