As the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) yesterday drew the curtains on the voters’ registration exercise, residents of riverine communities asked for its further extension by two weeks.
There were complaints of lapses in several locations across the country.
As the exercise drew to a close, many blamed INEC over uneven distribution of the Direct Data Capture (DDC) machines.
The Sunday Compass also learnt that the delineation of polling booths and wards caused tension between Itsekiris ...
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Added February 05, 2011
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