Why Bakassi indigenes may not vote this year

UN, govt tasked on resettlement OWING to their inability to participate in the ongoing voters’ registration, the indigenes of Bakassi in Cross River State may not be allowed to exercise their voting rights during the general elections in April.   The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) led by Mr. Mike Igini in the state has not allowed the Bakassi people to register because the electoral body has rejected the new names of villages in the new Bakassi, which have replaced the ...
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Added January 20, 2011
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