Veteran Nollywood Actress, Kate Henshaw has sent a warning message to all presiding officers of the Independent National Electoral Commission, to avoid the repeat of what happened during the presidential election.
The thespian made this plea on her verified twitter handle on Saturday morning.
Recalled that parts of challenges that marred the conduct of the presidential election of February 25 was the failure of INEC officers to arrive at polling units on time and inability of BEVAS machine to work effectively.
Premising her call on the challenge of the presidential election, Kate Henshaw on her Twitter page urged the electoral authority to improve in order to prevent history from being repeated.
She further requested that their employees prepare all the essential equipment to get the election done.
She said: "Come with your equipment on time, we don't want repeat of last incident."
In another tweet, she wrote: “Calling on @ineclagos @inecnigeria staff.
“Please pack your equipment well this night o. Bring our complete BVAS plus ink pad, cellotape, pens & enough ballot papers to avoid stories that touch."
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