Electoral malpractices: INEC blacklists 100 ad hoc staff in A’Ibom


The Independent National () has delisted 100 ad hoc staff in Akwa Ibom State over alleged involvement in malpractices.

The Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) in Akwa Ibom, Dr. Cyril Omorogbe, made the disclosure in Uyo on Thursday.

He said the affected ad hoc staff were found culpable of electoral malpractices during the Presidential and National Assembly elections in the state.

“We blacklisted them, we will not use them during the and House of Assembly elections on Saturday,” he said.

The REC said the commission had started distributing sensitive materials to Local Areas of the state ahead of the Saturday elections.

Omorogbe said that all arrangements had been made to ensure early arrival of materials and personnel for the polls.

“We have made adequate preparations to ensure that materials and personnel do not arrive late at polling units.

“We are aware of the complaints raised during the presidential and national assembly elections, we do not want that to repeat itself,” he said.

He said the commission had made arrangements for backup vehicles in the event of sudden breakdown of any utility vehicle.

“This arrangement is to ensure that materials and personnel are conveyed to polling units without delay.

“I can assure you that the challenges we faced during the last elections won't be repeated ,” he said.

He said the commission was collaborating with security agencies to ensure improved security during the exercise.


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