Birnin- Kebbi - The INEC Resident Electoral Commissioner in Kebbi, Alhaji Jibril Zarewa, says the commission has received sensitive materials for Saturday’s governorship and House of Assembly elections.
Zarewa told journalists in Birnin-Kebbi on Wednesday that the materials included ballot papers and result sheets.
He said representatives of security agencies and political party officials witnessed the presentation at INEC office.
Zarewa said the commission would ensure timely distribution of the materials as well as early arrival at polling stations on Saturday.
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He said non-sensitive materials had been distributed to local government areas while the sensitive materials would be distributed on time.
The INEC boss urged voters to ensure that they voted peacefully as they did during the Presidential and National Assembly elections.
Zarewa warned voters to ensure that they presented their permanent voter card while those who had no cards must stay away from polling units on election day.
He also said 11,000 ad-hoc staff would participate in the elections while 1.59 million voters had been registered, with 2,898 Smart Card Readers provided.