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INEC Fixes March 23 For Bayelsa Assembly Supplementary Poll

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The Independent National Electoral Commision (INEC) has said it would conduct Bayelsa House of Assembly supplementary election on Saturday, March 23.INEC said the supplementary election would be holding in only five wards in the state.


The electoral commission said Otuokpoti, Ologi, Ayama and Okodi are some polling units election will be held The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said it would hold House of Assembly supplementary election on March 23 in Bayelsa, in areas where election was declared inconclusive in February 23 poll.




Wilfred Ifogah, Head of INEC voter education and publicity in the state, disclosed this in a statement issued on behalf of the state’s Resident Electoral Commissioner, Mr Monday on Thursday, March 13 in Yenagoa.“The election will hold in five wards in Ogbia Local Government Area (LGA). “It will also take place in two wards in Southern Ijaw LGA and one ward in Brass LGA,” he said.



According to him, the places where election will hold are: Otuokpoti, Ologi, Ayama and Okodi polling units in Ogbia constituency II, Ukube and Koluama units in Southern Ijaw constituency IV and some units in Cape Farmoso in Brass constituency I. “INEC wishes to inform the people of the state, especially the critical stakeholders of the date for the conduct of supplementary election in the constituencies where election was declared inconclusive,” he stated.


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That's very good

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Enough time has been given by INEC for proper preparation and to avoid the crisis in the coming one.

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God will spear our life then

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I think march 23 is a good date for Bayelsa assembly supplementary poll.

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Appreciating your news update, you are heading to the best, keep moving forward to seeing the new ok

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the Independent National Electoral Commision (INEC) has said it would conduct Bayelsa House of Assembly supplementary election on Saturday, March 23.INEC said the supplementary election would be holding in only five wards in the state.


The electoral commission said Otuokpoti, Ologi, Ayama and Okodi are some polling units election will be held The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said it would hold House of Assembly supplementary election on March 23 in Bayelsa, in areas where election was declared inconclusive in February 23 poll.




Wilfred Ifogah, Head of INEC voter education and publicity in the state, disclosed this in a statement issued on behalf of the state’s Resident Electoral Commissioner, Mr Monday on Thursday, March 13 in Yenagoa.“The election will hold in five wards in Ogbia Local Government Area (LGA). “It will also take place in two wards in Southern Ijaw LGA and one ward

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Ok That Will Be Good

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That's good, but i just hope there not trying to rig this election

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That's a nice date

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it is really a nice update

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That is good but it should be credible and fair one. Not as of Osun state

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Date noted

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Let's pray for peace

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Ok the should make the vote count.

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Careful and enough security

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This is so serious indeed

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Let's witness the day o Lord

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Good to known

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[ @lisamelz: ] The Independent National Electoral Commision (INEC) has said it would conduct Bayelsa House of Assembly supplementary election on Saturday, March 23.INEC said the supplementary election would be holding in only five wards in the state.


The electoral commission said Otuokpoti, Ologi, Ayama and Okodi are some polling units election will be held The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said it would hold House of Assembly supplementary election on March 23 in Bayelsa, in areas where election was declared inconclusive in February 23 poll.




Wilfred Ifogah, Head of INEC voter education and publicity in the state, disclosed this in a statement issued on behalf of the state’s Resident Electoral Commissioner, Mr Monday on Thursday, March 13 in Yenagoa.“The election will hold in five wards in Ogbia Local Government Area (LGA). “It will also take place in two wards in Southern Ijaw LGA and one ward in Brass LGA,” he said.



According to him, the places where election will hold are: Otuokpoti, Ologi, Ayama and Okodi polling units in Ogbia constituency II, Ukube and Koluama units in Southern Ijaw constituency IV and some units in Cape Farmoso in Brass constituency I. “INEC wishes to inform the people of the state, especially the critical stakeholders of the date for the conduct of supplementary election in the constituencies where election was declared inconclusive,” he stated.

wish you all the best

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May the best candidates win

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It is quite commendable and welcoming on the side of the host of such election as this would really ensure that no one is denied of the right to vote.

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[ @lisamelz: ] The Independent National Electoral Commision (INEC) has said it would conduct Bayelsa House of Assembly supplementary election on Saturday, March 23.INEC said the supplementary election would be holding in only five wards in the state.


The electoral commission said Otuokpoti, Ologi, Ayama and Okodi are some polling units election will be held The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said it would hold House of Assembly supplementary election on March 23 in Bayelsa, in areas where election was declared inconclusive in February 23 poll.




Wilfred Ifogah, Head of INEC voter education and publicity in the state, disclosed this in a statement issued on behalf of the state’s Resident Electoral Commissioner, Mr Monday on Thursday, March 13 in Yenagoa.“The election will hold in five wards in Ogbia Local Government Area (LGA). “It will also take place in two wards in Southern Ijaw LGA and one ward in Brass LGA,” he said.



According to him, the places where election will hold are: Otuokpoti, Ologi, Ayama and Okodi polling units in Ogbia constituency II, Ukube and Koluama units in Southern Ijaw constituency IV and some units in Cape Farmoso in Brass constituency I. “INEC wishes to inform the people of the state, especially the critical stakeholders of the date for the conduct of supplementary election in the constituencies where election was declared inconclusive,” he stated.


INEC now have supplementary, am watching

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Let wait till then and see

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Let's with great expectations hope that things go as planned this time

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they are in the mood to really make it happen without further delays.

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That's a nice date

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inec and their wahala

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