The Labour Party (LP) Presidential Campaign Council, has commenced the inauguration of its Polling Unit Soldiers for the 2023 elections.
At the Inauguration of Polling Units Soldiers at Dawaki Polling Units in Abuja, the Presidential Campaign Council, Chief Spokesperson, Dr Tanko Yunusa, explained that the Polling Units Soldiers are Volunteers who would function as canvassers for the Labour Party before and during elections.
Dr Yunusa said the Labour Party was targeting recruiting between 150 to 200 Volunteers as Polling Units Soldiers for each polling units.
The LP Presidential Campaign Council, Chief Spokesperson, emphasised that the Volunteers are also expected to stay within the polling units to ensure that actual results are recorded and transmitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
The Labour Party Presidential Campaign Council, said the Polling Units were expected to give periodic reports to the State offices of the Obi/Datti Campaign Council.
Reporting by Tanimu Salihu; Editing by Muzha Kucha