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Feb. 23: INEC confirms irregularities in Imo polls

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, in Imo State has admitted that the presidential and national assembly elections in the state were fraught with irregularities and expressed regret over the challenges that almost marred the polls. Resident Electoral Commissioner, REC of the state, Prof. Francis Ezeonu made the commission’s position known in the state, yesterday at the Imo INEC Interactive Meeting with Stakeholders in Owerri, the state capital. Disclosing that there were a few hitches that impeded the timely deployment of materials on the Election Day to some areas, Prof. Ezeonu stressed that the meeting created a forum for the commission to review what happened on the Feb. 23 elections across the state. He alleged that there were deliberate efforts to frustrate the use of Registration Area Centres (RACs); in some places as the commission’s water tanks were carted away soon after delivery. He said, “Wires used in reticulating electricity at the centres were remove
Chief Uche Emenike, today thanked God for his mercy and benovolence to him, for saving his life,from an aliment that almost cost his life. In this interview, he thanked God for keeping him.