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Mr Lawal said that CODE would deploy observers in Kogi, Bayelsa and Imo and establish a situation room hub in Kogi for the Nov. 11 poll.
Connected Development (CODE), a civil society organisation, has tasked the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to improve on its logistics management, ahead of the Nov.11 Kogi, Bayelsa and Imo governorship elections.
He said the call for INEC to improve its logistics management was imperative because of the gaps observed in the 2023 general election.
Mr Lawal, also the founder, ‘Follow The Money’, said that the target of CODE was to empower marginalised communities in Africa and to collaborate with government institutions to deliver improved public service.
“Also CODE is expanding across Africa. In Liberia where we have follow the money, on Oct. 10 they will be going for their presidential and national elections.
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