Concerned about Taraba constituency’s inadequate communication network, a legislator

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Musa Chul, the member of the Taraba State House of Assembly who represents Gassol II, has urged the federal and state administrations to move quickly to make sure that communication networks are expanded to his district.

Chul, who made the plea on Tuesday in Jalingo, claimed that it was challenging for eligible voters to turn out in large numbers to exercise their right to vote in the most recent general election since there was no communication network in the area.

The legislator revealed that a weak communication network prevented voters in his constituency from exercising their right to vote in the general elections of 2023.

Just 45% of my constituents will have PVCs at the general elections in 2023; those without will not be able to cast a ballot. The electoral umpire’s inability to adequately access those without a suitable network was the reason given.

“There is currently no network in some remote areas of Gassol II State Constituency due to a network problem,” he stated.

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