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WOMEN IN IMO STATE STAGE A PROTEST AT INEC, IN OWERRI DEMANDING THE CERTIFIED TRUE COPIES OF DOCUMENTS                       

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WOMEN IN IMO STATE STAGE A PROTEST AT INEC, IN OWERRI DEMANDING THE CERTIFIED TRUE COPIES OF DOCUMENTS                                                                                     30-11-23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                     Women from across the three senatorial districts of Imo state have staged a peaceful protest at the headquarters of the independent national electoral commission INEC, in Owerri demanding the release of certified true copies of documents used in the November eleven governorship election in the state to opposition political parties for  inspection.

The women who came in their numbers carried placards with various inscriptions urging the INEC to do the needful without further delay.

Speaking to newsmen one of the women Mrs. Akudo Nachukwu called on the Resident  Electoral  Commissioner in the state  Prof Sylvia Agu to make available, results from  the IREV portal.

Another spokesperson for the women Mrs. Dorathy Ogazi called on the commission to give peace a chance adding that the action of the Commission was capable of causing tension and worsening insecurity in the state.

Meanwhile the Head Voter Education and Publicity INEC Imo state Mrs. Emmanuella Opara dismissed the claims that the commission was denying any party access to the documents.

She explained that any party that met the requirement of making the necessary payment for the documents would be obliged as the law stipulated.

Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the election Senator Samuel Anyanwu had alleged that INEC was frustrating the effort of his lawyers by denying him access to results sheets and other materials used in the election.

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