A Joint Senate and House of Representatives Committee on INEC on Thursday met with the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Professor Mahmood Yakubu.
Likewise expected at the gathering are for the most part heads of safety organizations.
The gathering was said to have been planned to talk about the degree of readiness for the governorship political race in Anambra State.
Senate Committee Chairman on INEC, Senator Kabiru Gaya, let columnists know that the gathering became basic as a result of the security circumstance in the state and its impact on the political race result.
He expressed that INEC has expanded the surveying units in Anambra from 4,608 to 5,720 to permit better availability by the electorate.
The dread, as indicated by Senator Gaya, stays that there are potential outcomes that the viciousness as of now shaking the state may damage the survey.
In his comments, Professor Yakubu informed the administrators that the commission was ready for the political race planned to hang on November 6.
“We have effectively done 12 of the 14 exercises we ought to do, the main remarkable exercises are on the last day of missions by ideological groups which will be in the following eight days, and the political decision appropriate on the sixth of November,” he said.
“We have recuperated from the series of assaults on our offices, and I am glad to say that we have conveyed all pertinent materials not exclusively to Awka however all the nearby government regions.
“We have prepared the essential number of impromptu staff for the political race and we have additionally assembled the vehicle proprietors for coordinations. Taking everything into account, we are ready.”
As at the hour of recording this report, the security bosses were yet to show up at the gathering setting, nor had any of their delegates tended to the board of trustees.
Compromised By Violence?
Ongoing rough occasions in Anambra have constrained numerous Nigerians to question the chance of directing a free and reasonable political race in the state, scarcely fourteen days after the fact.
In a bid to guarantee that the state is adequately protected to permit residents vote openly, the Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, requested the sending of Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG), Joseph Egbunike, and some Assistant Commissioners of Police in a bid to update and further develop security in Anambra.
He additionally requested the organization of more than 34,000 staff to the state, while three helicopters would be sent for observation during the political race.
There are additionally other prepared creatures and hardware that will be utilized for checking when the political race gets in progress, an assertion by the Force representative, Frank Mba, said.
Baba, in a new meeting, expressed that the police would team up with other security organizations and INEC to guarantee the direct of a serene political race in the state.
As per him, the Force will give it its best shot to work with all partners to secure vote based qualities, give a level battleground to every single political entertainer, and guarantee satisfactory insurance of citizens, INEC staff and gear, just as certify onlookers among others.