By Hajara Leman
Gombe – Alhaji Jamilu Gwabna, an All Progressives Congress (APC) stalwart in Gombe State, has commended the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for improving on the electoral process.
Gwabna told newsmen in Gombe on Saturday after casting his vote that there was a marked improvement in the process during the governorship and state House of Assembly elections.
He said Saturday’s elections were better organised when compared to the presidential and National Assembly elections where so many irregularities were witnessed.
“Elections in Nigeria have always been a learning process and there is improvement in this one when compared to the Feb. 23 elections.
“Many problems have been rectified and we are very grateful to INEC for the improvement recorded,” the APC stalwart said.
He also appeal to Nigerians who have no business at the polling units to always leave the place to pave way for peaceful collation of votes.
Gwabna attributed the low turnout of voters in some areas during Saturday’s elections to the fear of the unknown or threats by some miscreants.
He also commended security agents for the adequate arrangements put in place and which have led to the peaceful exercise.(NAN)