It is trending on several news platforms that the Independent National Electoral Commission has postponed the governorship election from 11th march to 18th March.
This has triggered lots of reactions among Nigerians, especially politicians.
Reacting to this, Kenneth Okonkwo who happens to be one of the members of the Labour Party's Presidential campaign council, PCC, took to his social media handler to show how disappointed he is about the news of the postponement.
He said the electoral commission has failed to meet up with the election schedule despite receiving 306 billion naira for the election exercise.
"After collecting 306b naira from the Federal Government to organise elections within schedule, INEC has failed to meet up with the schedule. It has demonstrated its incompetence and criminality by postponing the governorship and house of assembly elections to March 18," he tweeted.
He, however said that the incident has demonstrated its incompetence and criminality. See screenshots below,
How would you react to the post shared by Kenneth Okonkwo? Share your thoughts in the comment section.
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