INEC commences distribution of sensitive election materials in Yobe
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says is has commenced distribution of sensitive election materials across Yobe.
Alhaji Ibrahim Abdullahi, the Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) disclosure this at Damaturu Central Bank of Nigeria branch on Thursday.
“We are just one day away from the election day.
“What we are about to do now is to distribute these sensitive materials to the various electoral officers for further distribution to the wards and polling units across the state.
“As they leave here with the materials, which are intact, they will go to their offices under full security escort by the military, police and other agencies.
“This is to ensure that the materials arrived safely for further distribution to the wards and polling units,” he said.
The REC enjoined all eligible voters to come out em mass to elect people of their choice.
“This is because if they don’t come out, they may end up having the leaders that they do not wish to have,” he said.
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