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Anambra Election: INEC blame voters for missing names
20 November 2013, 15:11
Lagos - The electoral commission have blamed part of the challenges faced in the November 16 Anambra election on the failure of voters to properly register.
The spokesman for the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Kayode Idowu said while speaking to Channels Television that the Anambra polls was a dress rehearsal for the national elections in 2015.
Idowu admitted that the Anambra election was flawed as it will be decided by a supplementary election.
Idowu promised that the 2015 election will be better as permanent voters cards will help make the process a lot easier.
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