THE Electoral Commission of Namibia this week assured Namibians that all was set for the national polls.
This is despite the pending verdict on the use of electronic voting machines (EVMs), set to be delivered on Monday.
About 1,3 million Namibians have been registered to vote on Wednesday to decide who leads the country for the next five years.
Briefing foreign and local election observer missions in Windhoek this week, the ECN said there will be 4 241 polling stations countrywide. Of these, 1 410 will be fixed polling stations, while 2 831 are mobile stations.
The polling stations will be spread across all 121 constituencies.
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