Online sources claimed that the office had been closed after the security officer was detained for allegedly selling PVC forms, but Hitvibz has learned that the office is once again available to registrants.
In the meantime, the DSS and INEC are working together to conduct an investigation, according to the state’s resident electoral commissioner for INEC, Obo Effanga.
He also said the CVR exercise would stop on June 30 as scheduled except if a fresh instruction indicates otherwise.
Additionally, Geraldine Ekelemu, the INEC Public Affairs officer, claims in a statement that INEC has zero tolerance for employee extortion.
In order to prevent fraudsters from taking advantage of them, the statement recommended potential registrants not to be desperate.
It also advised them to report efforts at extortion to INEC or the security agencies.
Meanwhile, the Commission has also created voter information, the proper technique to thumb print, the election date and time, election day offenses, and penalty in braille, all of which will be provided later today.
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