Chief Tony Nnacheta, Anambra Commissioner for Information and Strategic planning, has commended the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for good performance in the Nov.18 Anambra governorship election.

Nnacheta gave the commendation on Sunday in Awka while responding the conduct of the election.

The commissioner, who said INEC had shown that it was capable of advancing the country’s electoral process to enviable level, urged the commission to keep the feat and enhance the
tempo in subsequent elections.

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According to him, the electoral body has also reassured the electorate in the state that it is unbiased and ready to give level playing ground to contestants in an election in line with the
principle of democracy.

“We are happy because our votes are now counting, the era of manipulation of peoples’ votes has gone, we are grateful to God,” he said.

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The commissioner dispelled the insinuations that votes were bought during the election.