As a follow up to the many unanswered question previously raised, Some of the candidates are still weary of the probability of finding names that were not otherwise qualified to be on the list. Crenet must do these two things publicly to allay their fears.
- The ECNBA must remain faithful to the agreement in the last stakeholders meeting of 6th August 2018 in ensuring that Crenet receives the original lists (Voters register, Original Annual Practicing Fees list and the Original Supreme Court records i.e the bank statement as agreed to ascertain that those who paid not later than march 31st are on the list) and prevent interested parties from getting involved in the collation.
- Crenet must ascertain and state publicly that they have received the original Annual Practicing fees list, Voters List and the original supreme court records(the bank statement as agreed to ascertain that those who paid not later than march 31stare on the list)
To ensure transparency, the ECNBA must comply with the above publicly
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