Chairperson of INEC, Attahiru Jega speaks in Abuja as Nigeria has postponed its presidential election on security grounds as the Boko Haram conflict intensifies. (AFP)
Abuja - Niger State Governor Dr. Muazu Babangida Aliyu urged the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to give a clear directive as to what mode of voting would be adopted for the April 11 governorship and House of Assembly elections, Vanguard reports.
Aliyu described the confusion experienced in the recent presidential election as regrettable, stating the cause of the confusion as being due to the use of card readers alongside the manual accreditation process.
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Addressing media at Government House in Minna, Aliyu urged INEC to give clarity as to what system would be used in the April 11 elections, saying that all stakeholders should be informed well beforehand.
He also advised INEC to train staff on the implementation of electronic voting well before the 2019 elections, saying that the organisation should not always wait until the last minute.
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