BREAKING NEWS: INEC Adhoc Staff Stranded As Materials For Some LGAs Yet To Leave Calabar

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By Our Reporter

Information reaching our newsroom has it that materials meant for some LGAs in the South, Central and Northern parts of Cross River State are yet to leave for destination.

According to our source “as we speak adhoc staff for Biase, Ikom and others are stranded here. Materials meant for Central and North are still here, this is after 10pm, we don’t know their fate, you know no vehicle will go to these places this night”.

At the time of filing this report 10:12pm the Cross River State INEC Public Relations Officer’s number wasn’t connecting.

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