April 11: REC charges collation, returning officers to perform duties conscientiously

Whatsapp News

LAGOS – Mr Akin Orebiyii, the Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) of INEC in Lagos, on Thursday charged collation officers, Returning Officers and Supervisory Officers for Saturday’
elections to perform their duties conscientiously.
Orebiyii spoke during a refresher course organised by the commission at the University of Lagos.
He urged the officers to be diligent and not to waste time, saying that the commission would not want the forthcoming to drag into Sunday night.[pro_ad_display_adzone id=”10″]
“We are going to sure that we don’t waste time or delay the collation until Sunday night, we want to be fast as much and possible.
“It is not a tea party collation, it is not a time to talk all the time in the world, go straight to the business.
“We urge everyone to perform his duty conscientiously, in a fair and just manner, not taking sides; do the needful and be quick,“ he said.
The REC urged the collation officers to avoid collation of results in the dark.
Orebiyi told the officers to allow only accredited party agents,observers and in each of the centres. (NAN)

you may also like:

NIFST says will drive food safety management culture