22 polling booths improperly located in private homes in Akwa Ibom state have been relocated. INEC Relocates 22 Polling Booths In Akwa Ibom.
The Independent National Electoral Commission resident electoral commissioner for the state, Mike Igini made this known during an interaction with the media in Uyo, the Akwa Ibom state capital.
Igini re-iterated his determination to conduct credible elections in the state and called for the support and cooperation of stakeholders.
Since his assumption of office as the INEC resident electoral commissioner in Akwa Ibom state, Mike Igini has left no one in doubt about his determination and commitment to conducting credible elections in the state and has put in place measures to help in achieving the objective. One of the measures put in place is the relocation of polling booths from private residences to public places.
Igini said he was in the state on a mission of doing the right things and warned politicians against hate speech.
The state INEC helmsman decried the non-collection of permanent voter cards, PVCs, in the state which he noted was quite high and appealed to politicians to help sensitise their members on the importance of collecting them