Anambra Election: INEC assures residents
By Guardian Exclusive
03 November 2021 | 8:21 am
The much-awaited Anambra gubernatorial election comes up this Saturday, and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is assuring residents of its readiness to organise a hitch-free poll.
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