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BREAKING: Ballot Boxes, Others Destroyed As Hoodlums Burn Down National Electoral Commission Office In Akwa Ibom

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The Impartial Nationwide Electoral Fee (INEC) has introduced that one in all its workplaces in Akwa Ibom State has been set ablaze by unknown individuals. 

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This was introduced by Festus Okoye, INEC’s Nationwide Commissioner and Chairman, Info and Voter Schooling Committee on Sunday in an announcement titled ‘INEC Native Authorities Are Workplace In Akwa Ibom State Set Ablaze’. 



Based on the assertion, the incident occurred within the early hours of Sunday, Might 2, 2021 at INEC’s workplace at Essien Udim Native Authorities Space within the state and lots of poll bins and different electoral supplies have been destroyed. 



It learn, The Resident Electoral Commissioner for Akwa Ibom State, Mike Igini, has reported that our workplace in Essien Udim Native Authorities Space has been set ablaze.
“The incident occurred within the early hours of this morning, Sunday, Might 2, 2021. Our safety guard on obligation escaped unharmed however the destruction to the constructing and properties therein was intensive. Objects destroyed embrace 345 poll bins, 135 voting cubicles, mega telephones, water tanks and workplace furnishings.

 

“The police which have additionally been battling with assaults on their services and personnel are conscious of the incident and have commenced investigation.

“It will likely be recalled that on the eve of the 2019 Basic elections, our newly constructed prototype LGA workplace in Ibesikpo Asutan was burnt down whereas two extra workplaces in Mpat Emin and Jap Obolo LGAs have been bombed.

“The current assault on our services after we have now simply concluded the stock of electoral supplies nationwide in readiness for the 2023 common elections is worrisome. If unchecked, these assaults might represent a setback on the fee’s preparations, together with the continuing conversion of voting factors to polling items, the forthcoming steady registration of voters (CVR) and train and the conduct of the polls.



“Nonetheless the fee needs to guarantee Nigerians that we’ll go away no stone unturned to get better from the incident in Akwa Ibom State as we proceed to arrange for the electoral actions.”



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