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Voter Card Replacement Begins In NEC Region II
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Voter Card Replacement Begins In NEC Region II

By David Seedee, LINA Bomi County Correspondent

TUBMANBURG, July 10 (LINA) - The National Elections Commission (NEC) has started the replacement of lost or damaged Voter ID Cards in Region II.

NEC Coordinator for Region II, Paye Toekpei, said the replacement exercise, which kicked off Monday, will last for six days.

According to Coordinator Toekpei, people who registered in 2011 and those that were updated in 2014 will have the opportunity to replace their lost or damaged Voter Cards.

Speaking in an interview with the Liberia News Agenc Monday at his office in Tubmanburg, Toekpei said Region II comprises of Gbarpolu, Grand Cape Mount, Bomi and Lofa Counties.

He said four centers have been selected in each county for the replacement exercise with the exception of Lofa County that has been divided into Lower Lofa with four centers and Upper Lofa with another four centers.

The NEC Coordinator urged those who lost or damaged their Voter Cards to take advantage of the six-day period o replace them.

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