By Okey Ndiribe Abuja
In sequence to defuse a charged domestic atmosphere in Edo State, a Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has dangling a uninformed voters registration practice forward of a Jul 14 governorship election scheduled to be hold in a state.
This preference was announced yesterday by a Chairman of a Commission Prof. Attahiru Jega while addressing news group on a outcome of a assembly hold between a elect and stakeholders in a forth-coming election.
Citing reasons because INEC took a preference that Jega settled had been supposed by all a domestic stakeholders who attended a assembly yesterday, he explained that the elect had turn disturbed over a charged domestic atmosphere in a state adding that there had also been many allegations and counter-allegations by opposite possibilities and domestic parties contesting a election. Said he: “Now in a past dual weeks or so, INEC has perceived letters of censure or petitions creation wide-ranging allegations from a Governor Adams Oshiomhole who is a claimant of Action Congress of Nigeria for a forth-coming poll; a claimant of a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Gen. Charles Arhiavbere(rtd); Edo State Secretariat of a PDP and dual other petitions from different groups”.
According to a INEC boss: “…In perspective of a allegations and counter-allegations that have been done in a final dual weeks on a preparations for a continual voter registration practice in Edo State, and given a pithy inlet of some of these allegations and a need to entirely examine them and take a organisation preference per them good before a elections, a Commission has motionless to postpone a continual voter registration practice in Edo until after a elections so we can do it in an atmosphere abandoned of suspicions and fears and so that we can concentration on rebuilding certainty and scheming for free, fair, peaceful
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