Tuesday, February 19, 2019 6.10PM / Ottoabasi Abasiekong for Proshare
Independent National Electoral Commission has resolved to provide daily media
briefing on the 2019 General elections, till the scheduled dates.
INEC Professor Mahmood Yakubu disclosed this at the end of a press
conference on the state of affairs for the forthcoming general elections.
the Chairman, there will be daily media briefings by 3pm to give updates on the
developments around the elections.
statement credited to President Muhammadu Buhari, that those who seek to
“snatch ballot boxes will be doing so at the expense of their lives”,
Mahmood differed by saying that electoral offenders will be punished
according to the provisions of the electoral act.
boss reassured that the Commission will continue to carry out its role of
conducting elections, serving as an independent and constitutional body.
INEC after its consultative meeting rescinded its initial decision to place a
ban on political campaigns, ahead of February 23rd
Presidential/National Assembly elections.
parties can now their resume carry out their campaigns and activities
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