INEC to recruit 1.4m ad hoc staff for 2023 election 

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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), set to recruit over 1.4 million adhoc staff in preparation for the forthcoming 2023 general elections.

The group Chairman, Prof Mahmood Yakubu, disclosed this on Friday, in a keynote address delivered at the launch of Yiaga Africa Election Result Analysis Dashboard (ERAD) Report on Electronic Transmission of Results in the 2022 Ekiti and Osun Governorship Election in Abuja.

Yakubu said, “How many adhoc staff are we going to employ at polling unit level for the 2023 general elections? Is over 700,000, so that 1.4 million adhoc staff and polling unit level for the 2023 general elections; the national and state elections that is excluding our regular staff and other categories of other adhoc staff as collation and returning officers.

“The number of adhoc staff to be deployed by INEC for the 2023 general election is more than the combined strength of the police and armed forces in Nigeria.

“This gives you an idea of the size of what we are dealing with when it comes to election management in the country.

“Also, hands on training may be required to ensure that all those involved throughout the value chain of the IReV are fully ready for what is bound to be a major outting during the 2023 general election is actually going to be a major test for us and the nation and we are bracing for that.”

“He also maintained that the commission has increased transparency and confidence of Nigerians in the election result management process in Nigeria.

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