Kano Resident Electoral commissioner expresses optimism on BVA’s test run
By Abdullahi Jalalalluden
The Independent National Electoral Commission has expressed optimism on the mock exercise for BVA,S which was conducted in Kano.
The Resident Electoral Commissioner of Kano State Ambassador Abdul Zango stated this during an inspection visit to some selected areas in Kano.
He said test run of the equipment was very impressive, aimed at ensuring Free Fair and Credible Elections .
In a remark the National Commissioner Supervising North West Prof Abdullahi Zuru said the exercise has recovered tremendous success,stressing that this is clear demonstration that the forthcoming elections will be credible .
Radio spoke interviewed some of the INEC Ad hoc staff and voters in the areas where the test run of the equipment were conducted ,they expressed their satisfaction with the INEC Readiness ,saying the forthcoming elections will be a great success.
Some of the areas visited were Dorayi karama Primary school in Gwale Local Area Na,ibawa Primary school Kumbotso Local Government Area Hagagawa Primary school Bichi and Dawanau in Dawakin Tofa Local Government Area.
It could be recalled that the Independent National Electoral has scheduled to conduct election on the 25th of February and 11 of March 2023 The BVA,S accreditation exercise is holding on simultaneously across the country.