The Independent National Electoral Commission has denied opening 21 citizen enlistment units in the Republic of Niger.

The advancement is coming right after hypotheses via web-based entertainment that the commission had taken the most common way of enrolling qualified electors past the shores of the country.

One Nche Nwabuike had posted on Facebook on Wednesday, asserting that INEC is working some unlawful enlistment communities outside the country.

His post produced responses via web-based entertainment with those remarking going after INEC.

At the point when reached on Thursday, INEC's National Electoral Commissioner for Information and Voter Education, Festus Okoye, portrayed the claim as an illusion of the web-based entertainment client's creative mind.

''Allow the individuals who to accept him go to Niger Republic and see if anything connected with the INEC surveying unit or elector enlistment focus was set up.

"I don't have any idea why the traditional press are giving ears to such gossip or falsehood. It is terrible enough that online entertainment has turned into the principal wellspring of data," he said.

He added, "How might one obscure person, who posted that there are 21 enlistment places in Niger Republic, raise the worry of individuals who reached INEC to decide if it is valid? I won't actually answer such a case. It doesn't seem OK. The media ought not be important for this, please.

"For what reason would they say they are not in any event, saying a citizen enlistment focus is set up some place in Cameroon or Benin Republic? One individual will simply sit some place in the solace of his room and heave babble. I'm certain assuming you Google him, you won't see his profile on the web. Also, Nigerians will simply be sharing all around the virtual entertainment space, consequences be damned."

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