The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has announced that the reconfiguration of the bimodal voter registration system (BVAS) will be completed by Tuesday.
At this time, the Commission is preparing for the gubernatorial and state legislative elections scheduled for March 18. INEC National Envoy Festus Okoye told Channels Television's Sunday Politics program that data on the conduct of presidential and parliamentary elections will not be reconstructed.
Okoye said: Accreditation Backend - Moving Backend The implementation of presidential and congressional elections will not be redesigned. In fact, BVAS cannot be reconfigured or reset unless all data is transferred to a certified backend." We are confident that by Tuesday we hope to complete BVAS resettlement for gubernatorial and state election purposes, and results for all locations where elections have been held will be submitted to our accreditation backend."
The INEC Commissioner also announced that the results of his over 170,000 voting units in the February 25 presidential and parliamentary elections have been uploaded to the Results Reporting Portal (IReV).
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