Ahead of Anambra Guber Election Tomorrow,APC charges Jonathan make good your promise.


Ahead of the governorship election scheduled for tomorrow in Anambra State, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said that it would deploy six National Commissioners and 15 Resident Electoral Commissioners to supervise the governorship election in the state, in which 23 political parties will be fielding candidates.

In a statement signed by Nick Dazang, Head
of INEC Publicity Division, the commission
stated that the election would take place in all the 21 local government areas with a total of 1,784,506 registered voters.

For the election, the commission said that the state has a total number of 4,608 polling units and 326 registration areas.

Also, Anambra State has 120 Super Registration Centres (RACs) and 6,851 Voting Points.

Dazang said INEC will be deploying 12,622
election officials (permanent and ad hoc) to
conduct the election.

Giving further details, the commission said:
“There shall be one returning officer for the
governorship election; 21 local government
collation officers; 326 registration area
collation officers; 326 supervising presiding
officers; 120 registration area (RA)
supervisors; 4,608 presiding officers (NYSC/
FTI); and 6,851 assistant presiding officers.

“The number of supervisors (including
National Commissioners, Resident Electoral
Commissioners (RECs) and Directors are as
follows: National Commissioners – 6; RECs –
15; Registration Area (RA) cluster supervisors – 120,” INEC said.

Meanwhile, as voters go to the polls
tomorrow, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has asked President Goodluck Jonathan to make good his promise of a free and fair election by ensuring there is a level playing field for all the parties.

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