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We’ve Removed Under-Age Voters From Our List – INEC

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Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has disclosed that all under aged voters’ names have been removed from its list to ensure that the upcoming election is free, fair and credible.

The Residents Electoral Commissioner, INEC Kaduna, Abdullahi Kaigama made the disclosure during an interactive session with religious leaders in Kaduna on Tuesday.

Kaigama who acknowledged that the build up to the general elections is quite tasking says: “with the support of the stakeholders, the elections will definitely be successful”.

While speaking, he urged that all registered voters who have not collected their Permanent Voters’ Cards should do so between January 16 and 21, 2019 at the designated centers in their wards.

He further explained that after mandatory display of register in all polling units nationwide for claims and objections from November 6, to 12, 2018 stands at 84,004,084 voters, saying it is the same register that will be available at the polling unit nationwide on election day.

According to him, “after January 21, the collection of PVCs will be revert to the commission’s Local Government Offices where registered voters can collect them up till February 8, 2019.

“The commission has modified the register of voters for the 2019 general elections accordingly. Consequently, the separate incident form used in previous elections is now abolished”.

While commending INEC on its laid down plans for the upcoming elections, the CAN chairman, Kaduna Chapter, Rev. John Joseph Hayab challenged INEC to walk the talk of transparency.

“The plans are good, and that should be backed with actions. INEC should be sincere, upright and the commission should be neutral in the coming elections”, he urged.

Hayab called on Nigerians to have confidence in INEC, as he promised to use his position to support commission for a successful outing in the 2019 elections.

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