Abuja - Indications have emerged that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is set to destroy most of the ballot papers used in the 2015 general elections, reports Tribune.
Over 200 million ballot papers are expected to be destroyed in the exercise.
The ballot papers, which cost Nigeria N9 billion, are to be destroyed as they are actually supposed to be disposable items, which should not have been sophisticated.
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Officials of the commission are already moving the materials to the six zonal offices across the country, where they were to be destroyed.
Read more at Tribune.
- News 24