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Voter cards lost

Serafina Silaitoga
Thursday, June 26, 2014

POLICE continue to receive more reports of missing voter registration cards.

And police has pleaded with the public to take good care of their cards.

"Election is two months away and we are pleading with the public to please take care of your cards well," spokesman Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri said.

"We have continued to receive reports for missing voter registration cards, even with the elections approaching.

"These reports have been received around the country."

Although Insp Sokomuri did not have the statistics of the missing reports, he confirmed the number of reports continued to increase.

"And we are also pleading with the people to get in touch with the Elections Office if they lose their cards."

In the North, 1497 cases have been received so far this year.

Last year, police received 845 cases.








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