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The Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission, LASIEC, says it has cleared 12 political parties out of the 23 registered for the Saturday July 22 elections.

Spokesman of LASIEC Dapo Olatunde said parties cleared had met the commission’s requirements for the polls and also presented candidates for validation.

He said the names of the validated candidates had been displayed at the commission’s headquarters for observation by party members and members of the public.

 

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