INEC To Deploy 5, 603 Personnel For Imo, Kogi Re-runs

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Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will on Saturday, July 23, 2016, deploy a total of 5, 603 personnel for the conduct of outstanding re-run elections in Imo and Kogi states.

This was contained in the Commission’s Bulletin released yesterday.



For the Imo re-run elections, the Commission will deploy 4,105 personnel to conduct elections into one Senatorial District of Imo North and three State Constituencies of Isiala Mbano, Oru East and Owerri West with a total of 390,311 registered voters in eight Local Government Areas, 64 Registration Areas and 817 Polling Units.

A breakdown of personnel to be deployed indicates that INEC will deploy: one (1) Returning Officer for the Senatorial District election; three Returning Officers for the State Constituency elections; eight Local Government Area Collation Officers; 78 Registration Area (RA) Collation Officers; 82 Supervisory Presiding Officers (SPOs); 817 Presiding Officers; 2,742 Assistant Presiding Officers (APOs); 175 Assistant Presiding Officers (VP); 146 Reserve APOs; nine LGA Supervisors (plus one (1) reserve); 40 RA Cluster Supervisors and four Constituency Supervisors (1SD; 3SC).

The Kogi state re-run elections will be conducted to fill vacancies into one (1) Senatorial District of Kogi East and two State Constituencies of Ofu and Idah, across eight Local Government Areas with a total of 140, 297 registered voters in 45 Registration Areas (RAs) and 236 Polling Units.

The breakdown of personnel to man the elections is as follows: One Returning Officer for the Senatorial District election; two Returning Officers for the State Constituency elections; eight Local Government Area Collation Officers; 45 Registration Area Collation Officers; (RA) 45 Supervisory Presiding Officers (SPOs); 236 Presiding Officers; 915 Assistant Presiding Officers (APOs); 135 Assistant Presiding Officers (VP); 53 Reserve APOs; nine LGA Supervisors (plus 1 reserve); 46 RA Supervisors (plus one reserve) and three Constituency Supervisors (1SD; 3SC).

 

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