INEC issues deadline on Kogi, Bayelsa elections

July 27, 2019
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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Friday fixed Aug. 30, as deadline for the submission of applications by observer groups interested to observe Bayelsa and Kogi governorship elections.

The commission announced this in a statement on its website on Friday.

It invited interested registered Civil Society Organisations, Non-Governmental Organizations and other stakeholders which activities focus on democracy, governance and elections, to visit it website for application forms.

It noted that successful observer groups for the two states elections would be subsequently published in newspapers and on the commission’s website, NAN reports.

The statement read: ‘’Interested observer groups are required to download and complete the application form(s) EC14A (I) indicating the preferred state for observation.

“The forms should be submitted along with other necessary documents, including evidence of past election observation at the Election and Party Monitoring Department, INEC Headquarters, Maiatama, Abuja .

It further advised organisations wishing to apply to be truthful in their submissions, saying “any falsification of documents in the submission will lead to automatic disqualification and possible prosecution’’.

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