Voters Registration: Ondo  Allows Free Movement As Sanitation Exercise Holds

by on June 24, 2016
 The Ondo state Government has announced that there won’t be restriction of movement when  the June edition of the  monthly Environmental sanitation exercise holds tomorrow.
It said the decision is  to enable potential voters participate in the ongoing  Independent National Electoral Commission ( INEC) registration exercise  in the state.
In a statement issued on Friday by the Commissioner for Information, Mr Kayode Akinmade, government decided to allow for  unrestricted movement during tomorrow’s Sanitation’s Exercise to enable those who  are yet to participating in the ongoing voter registration exercise do so, even as it informed that it is important for every eligible voter to register so that they  will be to vote in the coming elections in the state.
Government also implore residents in the state to take advantage of the Environmental Sanitation programme to clean their surroundings to enable them  maintain an hygienic environment and stay healthy.

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