From GODWIN AGIA, Jalingo
The Governorship Candidate of the All Progressives Congress has lauded the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC for improving in the conduct of polls in the state.
Bwacha gave the commendation shortly after voting in his hometown, Mararaba in Donga Local Government Area of the same.
He pointed out that INEC has made laudable improvement when compared to the conduct of the Presidential/National Assembly elections.
Bwacha said; “We can see visible efforts on the part of INEC compared to the last elections. Except for the issues with the House of Assembly ballot which we were told will be worked on. That aside everything is good and the atmosphere is calm”.
He also commended the peaceful conduct of the electorate in his polling unit, Yaba Ward and urged them to maintain same spirit even after the polls.
Bwacha expressed confidence in the voice of the people, stressing that when the people speak, God has spoken.
Hear him;”My aim at the end of the day is to see a better Taraba state. A state devoid of insecurity, unemployment and other issues that bother on development. And we can achieve that.
“My expectation by the end of this exercise is that by casting their votes, the people have spoken, and when the people have spoken, God has spoken”.
He assured of his willingness to tackle issues of insecurity that bother the state by making sure that the youths are properly engaged.
At Gankwe Assen 003 and Assen 001 polling units, the atmosphere remained calm irrespective of the issues raised concerning the House of Assembly ballots which were being rectified according to the Presiding officer, Khalid Dalhatu.
Some of the voters who spoke to our correspondent expressed confidence in the outcome of the elections, adding that all they hope for is a new Taraba where development and the economy will thrive.