INEC Debunks Purported Adhoc Staff Recruitment Portal


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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has disowned a purported ad hoc staff recruitment portal for the 2023 general election, describing it as fake.

INEC said this in a release on its official social handles on Wednesday, October 5, urging members of the public to disregard the fake link.

Our attention has been drawn to a fake ad hoc recruitment link being circulated online.

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We implore Nigerians to disregard the fake link & avoid falling victims of swindlers.

Meanwhile, INEC has disclosed that All Progressives Congress and the Peoples Democratic Party are among the parties that are yet to submit their audit reports from the last general election.

The two major parties also ran afoul of campaign expenditures as they were said to have exceeded the N1bn ceiling set by the Electoral Act.

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The commission’s Director, Elections and Party Monitoring, Aminu Idris, disclosed this in Lagos at a capacity-building workshop for journalists on critical issues in the Electoral Act, 2022 and the Commission’s Processes, Innovations, Preparations for the 2023 General Election.

Idris said only 34 political parties out of the 91 registered parties that participated in the 2019 elections have submitted their audit reports.

Among the 34 however, only nine met the full requirements of submitting audit reports accompanied by an affidavit.

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