2019 Elections: INEC engages 1, 200 ad-hoc staff for Kuje Area Council

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC),said 1,200 ad-hoc staff were engaged by the Commission in Kuje Area Council of the FCT, for the general elections.

2019 Elections: INEC engages 1, 200 ad-hoc staff for Kuje Area Council

According to her, the selected ad-hoc staff are serving National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members, students of the University of Abuja and ex-NYSC corps members in the area.

The Commission is fully ready for the 2019 general elections and we are training about 1, 200 ad-hoc personnel for the success of the elections.

We will also caution them on the dangers and consequences of electoral malpractice to avoid any breakdown of law and other during elections, she said.

The electoral officer said that no true democracy could be achieved without the inclusion of all critical stakeholders in the society into the electoral process.

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