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INEC says 39,647 expected to vote in FCT re-run


The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said 39,647 registered voters are expected to participate in the council re-run election in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

The commission made this known in the INEC’s daily bulletin issued on Tuesday in Abuja. INEC fixed Wednesday to conclude the Chairmanship and Councillorship elections in some polling units in five of the six Area Councils in territory where elections had been cancelled on Saturday.

“A total of 39,647 registered voters are expected to participate in tomorrow’s elections.

“In Abaji Area Council, the commission will conclude Chairmanship and Councillorship elections in two Polling Units of two Wards, namely Nuku and Gawu, with a total of 3,513 voters expected to participate.

“In Bwari Area Council, Councillorship elections will be concluded in two Wards and three Polling Units with a total of 5,522 registered voters.

“The Commission will conclude Chairmanship election in one Ward (IBWA) and two polling units in Gwagwalada Area Council with a total of 1,881 registered voters.

“In Kuje Area Council, Chairmanship and Councillorship elections will also be concluded in 12 Polling Units of eight Wards, with a total of 13,368 voters.

“The Wards are Gwargwada, Kwaku, Kuje Central, Chibiri, Gudunkarya, Rubochi, Yenche and Kabi.”

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