…. Charges Staff To Discharge Their Duties With Utmost Integrity
The Resident Electoral Commissioner, REC of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC Dr Oliver Tersoo Agundu has assumed office in Plateau state.
He was received by the management and staff of the commission, led by the administrative secretary, Mrs. Caroline Okpe at the state headquarters where members of staff welcomed him with and pledged their unalloyed cooperation towards the realization of his mandate in the state.
Agundu charged members of staff to discharge their duties with utmost integrity and in compliance with the Nigerian Constitution, Electoral Act and other relevant laws guiding their conduct.
He put them to task, as he sought their co-operation to maintain the good image of the commission by avoiding anything that will put them on the spotlight negatively.
He noted that Nigerians are proud of INEC, more politically aware and ready to participate in the electoral process in order to define their future for good hence the need for the staff to work hard to give the people a credible election for the sake of posterity.
The REC received handover notes and briefings from the administrative secretary, who before his arrival, had been the acting Resident Electoral Commissioner as well as the various Heads of Department, HODs
You will recall that Dr Oliver Agundu, who hails from Benue state was along with 18 others sworn on 3rd November, 2022 and posted to Plateau state.