2019 Elections: INEC commends Advocacy for Developmental Change on sensitization
She made this promise when her team visited Independent Electoral Commission, INEC in Yenagoa. She reinstated the organisation’s commitment to educate the Youths and the elderly the importance of obtaining of PVCs and the roles it will play during elections and promised to take the campaign to the grassroot.
The Clergywoman further appreciated INEC for conduct of free and fair elections previously and urge them to replicate the gesture 2019 and beyond, noting that if the commission fail on this task then Nigeria is doomed.
In the same vein Pastor Esther Martins also advised politicians to stop using our Youths as tools in rigging elections that it is not “Do or Die affair” that if one wins, the other person should congratulate the winner and join hands to better society.
Responding to this, the administrative secretary Mr Clement Oha Said he is overwhelmed by the visit to the commission and also the roles Advocacy for Developmental Change Organization has been playing in talking to Youths to get there PVCs that it is the only way good leaders can be elected and not to be committing havoc during election period.
He further advised the public not to register more than once as it is against the law and if anyone indulge in the act, the person can not participate in the voting process because the voting machine will detect it and disqualify such vote.