Abuja - Governor Adams Oshiomhole has condemned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) over its decision to postpone the Edo State election by two weeks.
According to Naij, Oshiomhole has lamented the decision, stating that the election should not be postponed for more than one week due to the planned coronation of the Oba of Benin, due to take place on September 26.
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"We have a big event in Edo on September 26 which is the Oba’s coronation. Before that day, there are other events that must be done. It will not be proper to hold election during that period," he said.
With the election initially slated for September 10, the poll was postponed by two weeks following a security meeting held in Benin.
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