In a crucial development leading up to the off-cycle governorship election in Bayelsa State, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has swung into action, kickstarting the distribution of vital materials less than 24 hours before the anticipated polls.
With the clock ticking down, INEC has embarked on the dispatch of both sensitive and non-sensitive materials across the eight local government areas of Bayelsa State, setting the stage for a highly anticipated electoral event. The election, scheduled to take place within the next 24 hours, has spurred INEC into action, ensuring that all necessary components for a seamless and transparent process are in place.
To further fortify the electoral proceedings, INEC has extended its preparations beyond the conventional, distributing life jackets across the designated local government areas. This strategic move underscores the commission’s commitment to ensuring the safety and security of all involved in the electoral process, especially given the unique geographical context of Bayelsa State.
As Bayelsans brace themselves for the imminent exercise of their democratic rights, the Independent National Electoral Commission remains dedicated to facilitating an election characterized by fairness, accuracy, and security.