‘No Worker Should Be Sanctioned For Traveling To Vote’

‘No Worker Should Be Sanctioned For Traveling To Vote’

Ahead of today’s polls, Gov Muhammad Bindow of Adamawa State has directed that no civil servant should be penalised for traveling to the place of his or her registration to cast his or her votes in the state.

Civil servants, who registered in locations other than their places of work, have been permitted to make their travel arrangements early to avoid being trapped in wrong locations, in order not to risk being disenfranchised.

He sued for peaceful participation and orderly conduct of tomorrow’s elections across the 21 local governments to support democratic processes.

Bindow also urged the citizens to cooperate with security and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), by obeying all lawful instructions, during the process of the conduct of the elections.

The statement was made available by Mallam Ahmad Sajoh, commissioner for Information and Strategy, where he urged the citizens to prioritise peace, progress for the prosperity of the state.

“Civil servants who may have registered in locations other than their stations or places of abode have been permitted to make their travel arrangements early to avoid being trapped in wrong locations and being disenfranchised.