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Sunday, 17 December 2017

INEC Sacks 2 Staff For Roles In Gov. Bello’s Alleged Double Registration

The electoral commission, INEC, has dismissed two of its officials for their alleged roles in the electoral scandal involving the Kogi State Governor, Yahya Bello.




Mr. Bello is accused of double voter registration, ‎an allegation he denies.

INEC in a statement on Thursday said, “Following reports of the alleged double registration by the Governor of Kogi State in the on-going Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) exercise, the commission set up a panel of investigation into the involvement of staff in the matter.”

The electoral commission also indicated that it could not prosecuted Mr. Bello only because he enjoys constitutional immunity from prosecution.

“The initial report submitted by the panel was referred to the Appointment, Promotion and Disciplinary Committee, which made recommendations to the Commission.

While the Governor of Kogi State currently enjoys immunity from prosecution, the Commission took the following decisions in respect of its own staff:
Summary dismissal of two staff for acts of gross misconduct
Immediate and compulsory retirement of an Electoral Officer for act of gross misconduct.”

from premiumtimes

4 comments:

Miss Ess said...

Good to know

Chidinma Grace said...

Hope they will still prosecute him when the immunity is off?

Anonymous said...

It is not an ‘alleged’ double registration. The governor didn’t deny it when it happened in Government House Lokoja and people asked him then to resign. Because he fires people for certificate forgery but he is a good example of forgery. There is no ‘alleged’ there.

Proudly Anonymous said...

Mugu ti se ewon rare.

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