Delta Bye Elections: Political Parties Passes Confidence Votes on DSIEC

Forum of Registered Political Parties FRPP, Delta State chapter has passed a vote of confidence on the Delta State Independent Electoral Commission DSIEC.

FRPP in a press statement signed by Amb. Oke Idawane, and Chief Efe Tobor, Chairman and Secretary respectively, urged Deltans, political parties and stakeholders in the state to support DSIEC in carrying out its constitutional responsibilities.

“FRPP expressed its willingness to abide by the law governing the conduct of the local government election in the state. It is worthy to note that payments of N30,000 and N50,000, by councillorship and chairmanship candidates of political parties as was the case over the years is backed by laws of Delta State and FRPP will comply accordingly.

Idawane and Tobor who doubles as the Chairmen of Social Democratic Party SDP and New Nigerian People’s Party NNPP respectively in Delta State, observed that tax clearance certificate was a major prerequisite which shows that prospective councillor and chairman are responsible citizens worthy to occupies public offices.

It could be recalled that the DSIEC has announced its readiness to conduct bye elections on the 4th of April, 2020 to fill the vacancies of four councillorship positions in four LGAs of Ndokwa East ward 4, Isoko North ward 18, Okpe ward 17 and Sapele ward 11.

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