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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has assured that all hands were on deck to ensure security during the upcoming off-cycle governorship election in Kogi State.

This is even as the Commission said it has deployed 25,000 ad-hoc staff for the election and that the commission was fully prepared to conduct a free, fair, and credible election in Kogi on November 11, 2023.


INEC chairman, Prof Yakubu Mahmoud, who disclosed this during a mock voters accreditation exercise in Kogi State, disclosed that the commission was collaborating with security agencies to arrest any incidence of insecurity before, during, and after election.

Yakubu also urged election officers to properly bag all non-sensitive materials on the ground for easy movement on election day.

He said the commission was also providing alternative polling units at Family Support Program Nursery, Primary School, and UBE Junior Secondary School Gaduma in Lokoja to Ganaja Poling unit centers in the event of flooding on election day.

He assured that there would be a high level of transparency in the electoral process.

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