Ahead of Anambra State governorship political decision, Yiaga Africa, a political race watch bunch has said that regarding 76,104 electors in six neighborhood government spaces of the state may not cast a ballot come Saturday.
The bunch said around 76,000 citizens who got enlisted during the Continuous Voters Registration in the state could be disappointed in light of deferral in getting their citizen cards from the Independent National Electoral Commission.
Yiaga’s agent board administrator, Ezinwa Nwagwu, referenced that infringement of the discretionary set of principles, political decision viciousness dangers and unpredictability of the state coming about because of the secessionist bunch, Indigenous Peoples of Biafra’s danger to close down the district from November 5 are a few factors that would antagonistically influence the poll.
“We compliment INEC on its endeavors to disseminate the Permanent Voter Cards from past registrations.
“However, Yiaga Africa is concerned that, with not exactly seven days to the political decision INEC still can’t seem to initiate distribution of the Permanent Voter Cards to the 76,104 new qualified electors who as of late got enrolled during the Continuous Voters Registration in the state.
“While there were appropriations of PVCs in 16 nearby government regions, there was no record of distribution of the PVCs in Anambra East, Aguata, Idemili North, Dunukofia and Onitsha South neighborhood government regions,” the gathering observed.
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