Ahead of the governorship election on Saturday, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Thursday commenced the distribution of sensitive electoral material to all 27 local government areas of Imo State.
The Southeast National Commissioner, Mr Kenneth Ukeagu, supervised the distribution of Bimodal Voter Accreditation System machines, ballot papers, and result sheets for the election.
Ukeagu, while briefing newsmen, urged people of the state to come out and vote, stressing that their security is assured before and after the election.
He said the commission was on top of its plans for the election, promising a hitch-free exercise.
“We are ready for the election. We are distributing sensitive materials to all the LGAs in the state because elections will take place in all the LGAs in the state. We have received assurance from the security agents for the provision of adequate security during and after the election.
“On our part, we are ready and on top of our plans. The people of the state have to come out on Saturday and elect a governor of their choice.” [PerSecondNews].