2023: Lamentations as Citizens’ enrollment closes

2023: Lamentations as citizens' enrollment closes

2023: Lamentations as citizens' enrollment closes

A large number of would be electors who needed to participate in the 2023 general races can not do as such. Reason: They couldn’t get enlisted as citizens, move their democratic areas or supplant their lost or harmed Permanent Voters’ Cards, PVCs, as the cutoff time for doing so slipped by, yesterday.

A large group of them blockaded Independent National Electoral Commission, Inec’s, enlistment focuses yet couldn’t get enrolled inspiring stories of burden, yesterday.

In numerous areas, enrollment officials took advantage of registrants prior to posting them.

Tormented by the turn of events, previous Senate Minority Leader, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, lamented that as opposed to assisting with getting qualified citizens enlisted INEC staff were more keen on charging cash prior to going about their business.

As calls for additional expansion of the activity hit the rooftop with the INEC Chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu demanding the activity has finished, an alliance of attorneys has undermined legitimate activity against INEC over the issue.

Aside from the attorneys, and the individuals who couldn’t get enrolled, others calling for expansion of the activity incorporate Ohanaeze Ndigbo; Labor Party, LP; African Democratic Congress, ADC; and Association of South East Town Unions, ASETU.

There were huge turnout of registrants in Delta, Rivers, Benue and Bayelsa where a few occupants opposed a weighty deluge to get enlisted.

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