INEC Fixes January 9, 2016 For Southern Ijaw Rerun

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has planned the rerun survey for Southern Ijaw nearby gathering in Bayelsa state for Saturday, January 9, 2016.
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INEC resemblance focus in Bayelsa

As per The Guardian, sources inside of the commission said the provisional date is by all accounts generally worthy to every one of the members in the decision.

One of the sources said: "INEC needs to counsel with the different partners and needs time to get ready for the make or blemish re-run."

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The INEC manager, alongside his top lieutenants on Wednesday, December 16, met with security boss in the territory including the Commissioner of Police, Sanusi Oki, his Army partner, Major General Alali Okunola and those of the Naval, Air Force and Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps.

The security circumstance amid the late decision was talked about at the meeting, while arrangements were laid out to keep a repeat of the omissions recorded in the last survey.

INEC administrator is set to meet with every one of the gatherings that took an interest in the last decision, together with every one of the hopefuls on Thursday, December 17, in Abuja.

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INEC had before planned Saturday, December 19, as the conceivable date for the rerun survey in the pained Southern Ijaw neighborhood government board.

The inhabitant constituent official Baritor Lenu Kpagih said that a definite choice on when to rehash the drop decision was with the commission, the endeavors were on top apparatus to empower that the survey would not surpass the 14 days prerequisite by the Electoral Act.

The national commission invalidated the December 5-6 Bayelsa state governorship survey in Southern Ijaw neighborhood government range on account of viciousness, kidnapping of discretionary authorities and polling booth grabbing.