n CBN Has Released Cash For Elections – INEC

CBN Has Released Cash For Elections – INEC

 Oyo State Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) Adeniran Rahmon Tella announced Tuesday that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has released funds for the 2023 presidential and parliamentary elections. The Naija News reports that Terra confirmed this during a press conference with state-run journalists. Terra expressed confidence that the commission will conduct free and fair elections in Oyo State. A total of 2,305,903 people are expected to vote in the upcoming state general election, according to the REC.

He said eligible voters vote at his 6,390 polling places spread across all of his 33 municipalities in the state. Tella found a total of 2,305,903 permanent voter cards collected, estimating 2,305,903 voters. He informed me that he still needs to collect a total of 760,766 of his PVCs from registrants. The REC encouraged voters statewide to participate in large numbers to vote for the candidate of their choice. "This is an opportunity to let you know how prepared we are," Terra said. This is also an opportunity for us to come out and talk to you. "Total Voting Units: 6,390." Registered voters in Oyo State: 2,305,903. Total uncollected PVCs: 760,766. 

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