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Logistic concerns forces INEC to postpone 2019 polls

Logistic concerns forces INEC to postpone 2019 polls

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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has shifted the 2019 general election over logistics constraints.

This was announced by the chairman of INEC, Professor Mahmood Yakubu around 2.45 am on Saturday, February 16, after he held an emergency meeting with security officials, election observers and other stakeholders.

He said proceeding with the election as scheduled is no longer feasible and as result of this, the election was postponed by a week.

Consequently, a new date was fixed for the presidential/National Assembly and the governorship/states assemblies election.

Presidential and National Assembly elections will now hold on Saturday, February 23 while the governorship and state assembly elections will hold on Saturday, March 9.

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