Sunday, 2 July 2017

INEC registers 35,909 new voters in Ekiti State

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has said 35,909 voters have been added to the voters' enrolled in Ekiti State from the progressing constant voter enlistment work out. 

The commission's Administrative Secretary in Ekiti, Muslim Omoleke, said on Sunday that the figure contained 18,193 guys and 17,716 females. 

He additionally said the number was caught between April 27 and June 29, 2017. 

As per him, 4,154 enrolled voters looked for exchange of voting focuses to new areas inside and outside the state. 

"Six new enlistment focuses have been assigned to the state in view of profits and fomentations for more focuses to facilitate the procedure," Mr. Moleke opined. 

The new enlistment focuses incorporate St. Michael's Primary School, Ajilosun, Ado Ekiti. For Ado Ekiti Local Government Area; Health Center, Omuo-Ekiti for Ekiti East Local Government Area and CAC Primary School, Ipoti-Ekiti for Ijero Local Government Area. 

Others are Post Office building, Ikere-Ekiti for Ikere Local Government Area; LA Primary School, Ikosu for Moba Local Government Area and St. John Anglical Primary School, Ilupeju for Oye Local Government Area. 

The commission lauded the general population of the state for their collaboration in guaranteeing smooth lead of the enlistment work out. 

It additionally begged other qualified voters to visit other assigned enrollment focuses in their individual nearby government zones to enlist. 

"The should remember, that it is criminal and culpable under the law to enroll more than once," He said.


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