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Polling Unit and Collation Centre Agents for 2023 General Election

INEC releases list of agents for polling units and collation centres for 2023 general election.



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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has released the list of polling unit and collation centre agents submitted by political parties for the 2023 general election.

According to INEC, the list contains the names, addresses, and contact details of the agents who will be representing the various political parties at the polling units and collation centres across the country.

The release of the list is in line with INEC’s commitment to transparency and fairness in the conduct of the general election. It is also aimed at ensuring that all stakeholders, particularly the political parties and their agents, are aware of their roles and responsibilities in the electoral process.

The commission has urged all political parties and their agents to familiarize themselves with the guidelines and regulations governing the conduct of the election. INEC has also reiterated its commitment to working with all stakeholders to ensure a free, fair, and credible election in 2023.

The release of the list of polling unit and collation centre agents is expected to provide a clearer picture of the numbers of parties agents that will be involved in the electoral process, and to help boost transparency and accountability in the general election.

Check out the summary of the Polling Unit and Collation Centre Agents Submitted by Political Parties for the 2023 General Election below.

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