INEC’s Administrative Secretary in the state, Clement Oha, revealed the information to the News Agency of Nigeria on Monday in Yenagoa.
Oha said number of voters’ registration centres in the state has increased to29 including the newly created ones.
The secretary added that as a result, there are more registration centres in the coastal communities, stating that the centres were shared according to population density, terrains and distance to the already existing ones.
He hence advised residents saying: “I urge the residents that have not been registered to secure their voting rights ahead of the 2019 general elections. Those who had registered before the 2015 general elections should to go to INEC office in the various local government secretariats or other designated centres in their areas to collect their PVCs.”
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