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Anambra Gov. Rejects Storage of INEC Materials in Imo

Anambra Gov. Rejects Storage Of INEC Materials In Imo

The Executive Governor of Anambra State, Willie Obiano, has recently said that his party, All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) has kicked against INEC decision to store the facilities of Anambra upcoming election in Imo. Information Guide Nigeria

The Sun reports that this is in response to an announcement made earlier by the National Chairman of INEC, Mahmood Yakubu informing the public that Anambra’s’ non-sensitive election materials will be stored in Imo state. Jamb Results

The Governor who spoke through his Special Adviser on Political Matters, Ifeatu Obiokoyes, said that keeping non-sensitive materials in Imo and recruiting officials from Imo for the purpose of the election threatens the credibility of the election and is seen as a plot to rig the election.

Although he acknowledged the announcement by INEC as a reaction to the incident where materials were destroyed in Anambra, Obiano said INEC told them that only non-sensitive materials were destroyed and expressed disappointment that the issue was not made known to the public until recently, describing it as mischievous.

Gov. Obiano further stressed that there are other states that are closer to Anambra than Imo state if INEC claims that it is not safe to keep materials for the upcoming election in Anambra.

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Obiano emphasised : “For us, this issue of keeping the sensitive material in INEC office in Imo is totally unacceptable because, it now conforms with our earlier desire to write that we would have nothing to do with the Imo State structures, Imo personnel, and indeed, any APC state, for the purposes of election in Anambra.  

“There are other states closer to Anambra, including Delta and Enugu; if what they’re claiming is correct”.

He suggested that the materials should be stored at the Central Bank in Anambra and should be distributed from there.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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