Stakeholders call for early distribution of materials during House of Assembly elections.

Some stakeholders from Oporoma ward one and Otuan ward five have complained over the late arrival of electoral materials which delayed the process in various units.

Mr. Werinepere Digifa from Otuan ward five who lamented over the delay in accreditation and voting occasioned by late arrival of materials advised the Independent National Electoral Commission to step up their game.

Commending the electoral umpire for creating a level playing field for all parties, Mr. Digifa thanked the security agencies for their role in ensuring a hitch free election and the electorates for their peaceful disposition.

Mr. Digifa who confirmed that accreditation and voting started about twelve-twenty-five in the afternoon, noted that the BIVAS machine was working optimally.

Also, Mr. Omiebi Paebi from Oporoma ward 1 said it was frustrating to wait although the morning hours for the materials as accreditation and voting commenced simultaneously about quarter past one in the afternoon.

Mr. Paebi explained that the late arrival of material may lead to chaos and sued for quick distribution of both the sensitive and non sensitive material in the State Assembly election.