Nigeria electoral umpire made the disclosure at a meeting held at an event centre, located along Eastern Bye-Pass, Port Harcourt, Nigeria Leadership reports.
It was gathers that the INEC national commissioner in charge of Bayelsa, Rivers and Edo states, May Agbamuche-Mbu, said the objective of the meeting was to brief stakeholders on the activities and schedule of the collation by the electoral body.
The incubent Governor of the State ‘Nyesom Wike, who was present at the meeting, called on the commission to publish the list of security personnel that would be stationed at the collation centre to avoid disruption of the process.
Also present at the meeting was the state commissioner of police, Usman Balel, who assured that the police was committed to providing adequate security for the people.
The police chief called on stakeholders to embrace peace and accept the outcome of the process .
INEC administrative secretary in the state, Etim Umoh, said collation of results would take place in six local government areas, including: Abua-Odual, Asari-Toru, Gokana, Ahoada-West, Khana and Degema.
According to him, the collation will hold at INEC headquarters in Port Harcourt between April 2 and April 5.