- INEC today, November 4, commenced the distribution of sensitive materials to various local government areas in Anambra
- The materials are being moved from the headquarters of the Central Bank of Nigeria at Awka, the state capital
- Both local and international observers were at the venue of the distribution of the sensitive materials
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has commenced the distribution of sensitive materials for Saturday, November 6 governorship election in Anambra.
The electoral umpire commenced the distribution to the 21 local government areas of the state, Legit.ng can report.
The INEC team are currently in the premises of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) distributing the materials to the LGAs.
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Among those present at the distribution are agents from most of the political parties and the national commissioner and chairman, information, Voter Education and Publicity Committee of the commission, Festus Okoye.
APC chieftain urges Anambra people to reward Buhari's good deeds by voting for Andu Uba
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that a chieftain of the APC in Anambra state, Sam Nwosu, called on the people of the state to show their love to President Muhammadu Buhari at the forthcoming governorship election by ensuring the party wins.
It was reported that Nwosu said President Buhari's led administration has done well for the Anambra people and the southeast region as a whole and deserves to be rewarded.
He added that in terms of infrastructural development, the present administration has ensured that all regions benefit from projects.
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Meanwhile, the senator had listed out what he would do in the first six months in office if elected as governor.
The APC's for the governorship election in Anambra had said that he would conduct local government election within the first six months of his first tenure as governor.
He noted the local government was the pillar of rural development, stating that the Obiano administration had deprived people of the state of the grassroots governance that they deserve.