The Centre for Transparency Advocacy (CTA) has said attacks on facilities of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) pose a great threat to the 2023 general elections.
Programmes and Communications Manager of CTA, MacDonald Ekemezie, said this when he briefed newsmen in Abuja.
He said, “With less than three months to the general elections, security agencies must up their game by way of intelligence gathering if the polls must hold unhindered.
“The 2023 elections will be held across the country on February 25, 2023, for the presidency and the National Assembly, the governorship and Houses of Assembly elections will be held in March 2023.
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“INEC should be conscious that the world is watching us. We condemn in strong terms the ugly and alarming trend of burning INEC offices and materials in recent times.
“This dangerous and criminal act if unchecked could pose a grave danger to the 2023 general elections.” (NAN)