Policemen try to stop a demonstration by coalitions of civil societies protesting as the head of INEC, Attahiru Jega, speaks about the election postponement in Abuja. (File: AFP)
Abuja- Ballot papers for Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly elections are to be moved from Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) vaults from Wednesday to all the states of the federation, reports Vanguard.
The ballot papers have been kept in the vaults of the CBN branches across the country.
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The chief press secretary to the INEC chairman, Kayode Idowu, who disclosed this on Monday, said the ballot papers will be taken to the local government offices on Thursday and ward levels on Friday.
He noted that all the non-sensitive materials have already been distributed.
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