INEC organises 2019 after election review retreat in Yola

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Tuesday composed a one day retreat to survey the 2019 races.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the retreat, holding at Adamawa INEC base camp in Yola, has in participation, no less than 100 national, state and nearby government authorities.

In his introductory statements, AVM Mu'azu Tijjani, the INEC Supervising Commissioner accountable for Adamawa, Gombe and Taraba, said the retreat was to survey direct of the races and furthermore give learning on staff and key partners at neighborhood and state levels.

Tijjani included that the retreat would empower a survey of the operational system set up by the commission during the simply closed 2019 general decisions.

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"The center destinations of the retreat is to recognize territories of accomplishment with the end goal of solidifying and continuing them.

"It will likewise empower us feature zones of difficulties with the end goal of proffering answer for the lead of future decisions,'' Tijjani said.

He expressed that toward the finish of the treat, members were required to solidify on distinguished systems and victories, total various difficulties for approach definition, just as saddle data and materials for the report of 2019 decisions.

Talking in the interest of the members, Dr Yunis Vadon, a Lecturer at Modibbo Adamawa University of Technology, Yola, said the retreat was convenient.

Vadon, who was the Michika Local Government Area Election Returning Officer in the simply closed general decisions, said the retreat would address and fortify the direct of future races.


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