Al-Makura Swears In NASIEC Chairman
Ahead of the May 26 council elections in Nasarawa State, Governor Tanko Al-Makura has sworn in Henry Omaku as chairman of the State Independent Electoral Commission (NASIEC).
Four members of the commission were also sworn in.
Mohammed Ayitogo and Ismaila Salau were reappointed as Interim Management Committee chairman of Keana and Keffi councils.
Stephen Dogo was sworn in as permanent secretary in the state civil service.
Al-Makura urged the appointees to justify the confidence reposed in them.
He told Omaku and his commission to conduct a credible election.
The governor reiterated that the government will not interfere with NASIEC’s activities, and urged parties to participate in the poll without fear of discrimination.
He added that rehabilitation of NASIEC’s headquarters will begin soon, to be completed in a month.
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