Agboke made the disclosure at a stakeholders meeting on Tuesday in Iseyin.
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Mutiu Agboke, the Resident Electoral Commissioner in Oyo State, made the disclosure on in Ibadan during a thank-you visit to the Ibadan Zonal Office of the anti-graft agency.
Mutiu Agboke, the Resident Electoral Commissioner in Oyo state, says the era of manipulating results of elections in favour of any of the political party is over in Nigerian democracy.
Agboke gave the assurance on Tuesday in Ibadan while addressing stakeholders on the level of preparedness for the rescheduled Presidential/National Assembly elections.
The Independent National Electoral Commission has charged accredited observers for the general elections not to go beyond observing the conduct.
No fewer than seven females and 53 males would contest the three senatorial seats in Oyo state in the February 16 polls.
Agboke made this known on Thursday in Ibadan when the House of Representatives Committee on INEC visited him as part of the committees’ oversight functions.
Agboke stated this on Monday while addressing newsmen in Ibadan on the plan of the commission to display the voters’ register for the electorate in the state ahead of the forthcoming general elections.
They spoke at a forum tagged: “Interface with Stakeholders on Institutionalising Anti-Corruption and Accountability’’ in Ibadan.
The Oyo State Resident Electoral Commissioner, Mutiu Agboke, on Thursday said 10 persons had been arrested and undergoing prosecution over allegation of vote-buying in the just concluded Ekiti State governorship election.
Mutiu Agboke, the Resident Electoral Commissioner in Oyo State, said no female Muslim in hijab or purdah was denied registration since the commencement of the Continuous Voter Registration in the state.
Mutiu Agboke, the Resident Electoral Commissioner in Oyo State, says 60.1 per cent of the total number of uncollected Permanent Voter Cards in the state belongs to residents of Ibadan.
The governor disclosed this when the state Resident Electoral Commissioner, Mutiu Agboke, led an advocacy team of the Independent National Electoral Commission’s top officials to his office in Ibadan on Tuesday.
The state’s Resident Electoral Commissioner, Mutiu Agboke, made this known on Monday during one-day sensitisation programme the commission held for the state’s lawmakers.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that INEC officials in collaboration with volunteers in Ballykleff Entertainment and Bikers Association of Nigeria moved round major streets of Ibadan, urging residents to collect their PVCs.
Agboke gave the warning on Tuesday in Ibadan at the maiden Ramadan lecture organised by the commission.
The Resident Electoral Commissioner in the state, Mutiu Agboke, said that the training was part of the commission’s preparations for successful conduct of the election.
Agboke said the by-election was necessitated by the demise of the former Speaker, Michael Adeyemo, representing the constituency in the state House of Assembly.
Agboke made the call on Wednesday when he paid courtesy visit to the traditional ruler in his palace at Oyo, Oyo State.
Agboke made the plea when the commission took its awareness campaign to Christ Apostolic Church, Oke-Agbara in Ashi, Ibadan.