The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has voiced concerns regarding the potential ramifications of prevailing insecurity on the impending governorship elections in Kogi and Imo States. Read More: https://legalattorneyblog.com/2023/09/15/kogi-state-governor-files-%e2%82%a65-billion-defamation-lawsuit-against-pdp-senatorial-candidate/
Mallam Mohammed Kudu Haruna, one of INEC’s National Commissioners, expressed these apprehensions during a gathering of media executives convened for the 2023 Governorship election in Owerri, the capital of Imo State, on Wednesday.
The central focus of INEC’s apprehension lies in the security situation prevalent in these states, which has the potential to significantly impact the electoral process.
In light of this, the electoral commission has earnestly beseeched all stakeholders to refrain from resorting to violence and actively promote tranquillity before, during, and after the November 11, 2023 elections. Continue Reading: https://legalattorneyblog.com/2023/09/14/dino-melaye-encourages-supporters-to-vote-without-fear-in-upcoming-kogi-governorship-election/
This appeal underscores the imperative of ensuring that voters can exercise their civic rights unimpeded, facilitating the election of new leaders peacefully and democratically.
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