The National Commission for Democracy (NCD) has embarked on a nationwide voters’ education for the presidential run-off.
It started at Waterloo, Tombo, Kent, and York.
The Commission went also to the north, east and southern regions and targeted large communities.
The commission pointed out that it noticed that during the first round of elections on August 11 voters spoilt a large number of ballots which indicated that they needed some more education.
The different communities were very grateful to receive such education from the commission and some of the voters said this was the first education they had received for this electioneering process. The commission also combined the exercise with messages of non-violence, advocating for a peaceful run-off campaign, voting and acceptance of the final results by all citizens.