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Saturday, November 16, 2019

Vote-buying - ICPC Sends Strong Message Ahead of Kogi Guber

Vote-buying is a trend that has characterized the electoral system of Nigeria and has affected the credibility of elections in many states. It is just a few hours to another election in Kogi and Bayelsa states and political gladiators may have employed vote-buying as the surest way to emerge victorious in elections.

While it is assumed that most politicians and their agents will offer cash to voters to induce them to vote for their preferred candidate, one anti-corruption body in Nigeria (ICPC).

The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offenses (ICPC) has deployed its men to Kogi state with strict instructions to clampdown on vote-buying and voter inducement during the governorship election.

Operatives of the agencies will arrest and prosecute anyone found guilty of engaging in vote-buying or voter-inducements during the election. 


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