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VIDEO|: Reactions As INEC Omits The Name And Logo Of Labour Party From Ballot Papers

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has come under intense criticism from Nigerians over the omission of the name and logo of the Labour Party from ballot papers for the 2023 general election. This has sparked a lot of reactions on social media platforms, with many questioning the integrity of the electoral process.

In a video posted by a Twitter user, it was alleged that INEC deliberately omitted the name and logo of the Labour Party, which is a major political party in the presidential election. This omission has raised a lot of questions about the credibility of the electoral process and the fairness of the election.

Many Nigerians have taken to their various Twitter handles to express their disappointment and frustration with the electoral commission. They have called on INEC to rectify the situation and ensure that all parties are given a fair chance to participate in the election.

The Labour Party has also issued a statement condemning the omission and accusing INEC of bias. They have called on their supporters to remain calm and peaceful while they seek legal redress to the issue.

It is important to note that the omission of a political party's name and logo from the ballot papers is a serious matter that can affect the outcome of an election. It is the responsibility of INEC to ensure that all political parties are given a level playing field to participate in the electoral process.

As we approach the commencement of the 2023 general election, it is important for all stakeholders, including political parties, the electoral commission, and the media to work together to ensure that the election is free, fair, and credible. Any attempt to manipulate the process or undermine the credibility of the election will not be tolerated by Nigerians.

Comments made by Nigerians can be seen below.

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