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ENSIEC GUARANTEES CREDIBLE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTION

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Chairman of Enugu State Independent Electoral Commission ENSIEC, Mike Ajogwu, has assured the people of the State, that his Commission would conduct free, fair and credible local government election in Enugu State.


AJOGWU who gave the assurance at a one day workshop on Violence free Local Government Council election 2022, held at Convention Hall Nike Lake Resort Hotel Enugu, urged candidates of all political parties contesting the February Local Government elections to go out and conduct issue oriented campaign.


In their separate keynote lectures, Professor Vincent Onodugo of Faculty of Management Science, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus, and Charles Nwokike, a consultant at GREGORY University UTURU advocated for financial autonomy for the State Independent Electoral Commission as a way of safe guarding their independence.


Addressing newsmen on the expectations of the workshop, the executive Director, PAT BEGOS Consult, Joel Ekey, remarked that the purpose of the workshop was to ensure free, fair and credible local government elections in Enugu State.


Urban Radio Correspondent, EMEKA CHIBUOKE said the theme of the workshop was ELECTORAL VIOLENCE, MALPRACTICES, CAUSES, EFFECTS AND WAYS FORWARD, which was also graced by heads of security agencies like the police, Department of State Security Service DSS and Civil Defense.

Written by: Oluwapelumi Tutugbuwa

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