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#EdoDecides: INEC takes delivery of sensitive materials from CBN

26 September 2016, 16:05

Benin City - The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Edo State has said that it will  take delivery of sensitive voting materials from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) in Benin on Monday.

The INEC Assistant Director on Voter Education and Publicity,  Prisillia Sule, made this known in an interview in Benin on Monday.

Sule said that party agents of the 19 political parties participating in the September 28 governorship election had been invited to witness the retrieval of the sensitive materials at the CBN.

Also read: INEC rejects Sheriff’s list for Edo governorship election

She also said that INEC headquarters had deployed National and Resident Electoral Commissioners to assist Edo REC, Sam Olumekun, to conduct the election.

Fierce-looking armed security operatives were seen in and around the Ikpoba-Hill office of the commission



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