An independent observer group, Coalition for Transparent Elections in Africa (CTEAN), says the just concluded Kogi governorship election was free, fair and credible as it substantially conformed with the electoral laws.
“We note with a sense of satisfaction that the election in Kogi was relatively peaceful and the electoral umpire, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), were alive to their duty.
“This is as the election was adjudged free and fair, even by the teeming Kogi electorate.
“The voting pattern suggests that the various candidates showed strength in their respective strongholds, meaning that INEC provided a level playing field for all the political parties during the 2023 gubernatorial election in Kogi.”
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