Dark clouds hover over EC as special voting ends with frustration and anger

Dark clouds hover over EC as special voting ends with frustration and anger

The special voting exercise has ended with the electoral commission (EC) been faced with harsh criticism over the widespread disappearance of names from the Voters register.

Dark clouds hover over EC as special voting ends with frustration and anger

The special voting exercise, which took place across 275 polling stations saw close to 128,000 workers mostly in the security service cast their votes.

So far, the EC has assured affected voters of a chance to cast their ballot amidst the challenges faced as aggrieved security personnel threatened to boycott their posts come the December 7 elections.

The EC in a statement signed by the public relations officer, Eric Dzakpasu states that the commission is “fully aware of the challenges some of them[voters] are facing at the various polling stations with the special voters list.The Commission is working with the hierarchy of the security agencies to resolve the challenges as soon as possible.”

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Dark clouds hover over EC as special voting ends with frustration and anger

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