Abuja - The Independent National Electoral
Commission (INEC) has redeployed its Resident Electoral Commissioners in 36
states and the FCT as part of its preparations for 2015 general elections.
According to the commission’s daily bulletin issued on
Monday in Abuja, the deployment is contained in a letter dated Dec. 24 and
signed by INEC Secretary, Mrs Augusta Ogakwu.
"The commissioners were directed to conclude all handing
and taking over formalities by Dec. 31, 2014, ’’ it said.
According to the bulletin, Prof. O.E. Onukaogu has been
deployed from Abia to Enugu State; Prof. Tukur Sa’ad from Adamawa to Bauchi
State and Ahmed Makama from Bauchi State to Taraba.
Accordingly, Mike Igini has been deployed from Edo to Delta;
Selina Oko from Ebonyi to Abia; Edwin Nwatarali from Enugu State to Anambra and
Sadiq Abubakar from Kaduna State to Sokoto State.
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Similarly, Jibrin Zarewa from Kano State to Kebbi; Hussaini
Mahuta from Kastina to Kaduna; Abubakar Wara from Kebbi to Zamfara; Emmanuel
Onucheyo from Kogi to Kwara and Rufus Akeju from Lagos to Oyo State.
Abdullahi Danyaya from Niger to Nasarawa; Timothy Ibitoye
from Osun to Ogun; A.L. Ogunmola from Oyo to Osun; Barito Kphagih from Rivers
to Bayelsa and Haliru Tambuwal from Sokoto to Jigawa.
Kassim Geidam from Yobe to Gombe; Ibrahim Marafa from
Zamfara to Kastina State; Aniedi Ikoiwak from Akwa Ibom to Delta; Habu Zarma
from Gombe to Yobe and Akin Orebiyi from Ogun to Lagos.
Hussaini Halilu Pai from Kogi to FCT; Kwanga Mbatsavbee from
Benue to Plateau; Sylvester Ezeani from Anambra to Cross-River; Minkaila
Abdullahi from Jigawa to Kano State and Lawrence Azubuike from Imo to Ebonyi.
Sam Olumekun from Ondo State to Ekiti; Istifanus Dafwang
from Plateau to Benue; Gesila Khan from Bayelsa to Rivers; Samuel Madaki from
Taraba to Borno and Gabriel Ada from Cross-Rivers to Imo.
Jacob Jatau from Nasarawa to FCT; Baba Yusuf from Borno to
Adamawa; Segun Agbaje from Ekiti to Ondo State; Nasir Ayilara from Kwara to
Niger and Austine Okojie from Edo to Akwa-Ibom.