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Ekiti 2022: INEC Publishes Final List Of Candidates

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In compliance with the Electoral Act 2022, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has published the final list of candidates for the June 18 governorship election following the close of nominations by political parties.

The commission, therefore, reminded political parties that under Section 32(2) of the Electoral Act 2022, any party that observes that the name of its candidate is missing from the list “shall notify the Commission in writing, signed by its National Chairman and Secretary, supported with an affidavit not later than 90 days to the election”.

In a statement Monday by the National Commissioner and Chairman Information and Voter Education, Barrister Festus Okoye, the commission further drew the attention of the parties to Section 32(3) of the Electoral Act 2022, which provides that failure to notify the Commission “shall not be ground to invalidate the election”.

The commission had earlier on Wednesday 16th February 2022, published the personal particulars and list of candidates (Form EC9) for the Ekiti state governorship election in the state and local government offices as required by law.

The statement read: “In compliance with the Electoral Act 2022, the Commission hereby publishes the final list of candidates for the election following the close of nominations by political parties.

“The commission wishes to remind political parties that under Section 32(2) of the Electoral Act 2022, any party that observes that the name of its candidate is missing from the list “shall notify the Commission in writing, signed by its National Chairman and Secretary, supported with an affidavit not later than 90 days to the election”.

“Furthermore, the attention of parties is drawn to Section 32(3) of the Electoral Act 2022, which provides that failure to notify the Commission “shall not be ground to invalidate the election”.

“The final list is published in our State and Local Government offices in Ekiti State as well as our website and social media platforms for public information as required by law.

“Political parties are enjoined to note the provision of the law for compliance.”

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