Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, the candidate of the All Progressives Congress for the Edo Governorship election, has stated his occasion won’t run foul of Impartial Nationwide Electoral Fee’s rules on the conduct of campaigns forward of the September 19, Edo governorship polls.
He stated this in a press release issued by Mr. John Mayaki, the Director of Communication and Media of his Marketing campaign Group.
Ize-Iyamu stated that his occasion, the APC, isn’t oblivious of the extant rules on the foundations of campaigns inside the context of the coronavirus illness.
The assertion learn: “We’re properly conscious that INEC has offered a coverage framework for all political events with clear provisions on methods to conduct campaigns with out compromising the well being of the electorates or jeopardizing the efforts to cease the unfold of the coronavirus illness.”
“As a accountable political occasion and candidate, the All Progressives Congress, and Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu and Mallam Gani Audu have rigorously studied the rules and are strictly complying with them.”
“Our campaigns are domesticated and carried out on the grassroots in secure cells to forestall harmful gatherings and inter-communal actions.”
“We’ve got additionally tailored all our marketing campaign processes for the digital media, particularly the web.”
“We disseminate data to our marketing campaign workers by way of secure on-line platforms and we additionally absolutely make the most of all obtainable alternatives to have interaction and work together with Edo individuals via well-liked social media platforms.
“An instance is the day by day streaming of a concise evaluation of the POI/GANI SIMPLE agenda that we simply launched throughout the socials of our candidate. He will probably be collaborating himself and taking feedbacks instantly from the individuals.”
“It’s the first of its type and it demonstrates our revolutionary means to securely navigate the instances and readiness to adjust to all well being and security rules whereas making our campaigns strictly issued- based mostly.”