INEC Expresses Concern Over Attack on Facilities

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The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has said if attacks on its facilities persist into January 2023, it could affect the conduct of the general elections.

The Commission’s Chairman, Information and Voter Education Committee, Festus Okoye, revealed this at a workshop on Political Violence and Election Security.

Okoye noted that the attacks recorded in 2022 were systematic and coordinated to derail lNEC from conducting free, fair, credible and transparent elections.

The Commissioner, however, assured that the Electoral umpire has the capacity to recover from those attacks.


Written by: Helen Obih

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