The Chairman of INEC, Prof Mahmood Yakubu has assured Nigerians that the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS) will be used effectively in the upcoming Governorship election.
He made it clear that Nigerians will not experience again, the loopholes demonstrated by the INEC officials in the Presidential election.
This event was reported on the Social media by Channels TV News broadcasting platform, they reported the event on their Facebook page on Saturday, 4th of March 2023.
They made it known that INEC Chairman has addressed Nigerians ahead of 2023 Governorship election promising that the election will be free and fair.
According to Channels TV news broadcasting platform, they reported that According to INEC Chairman, the BVAS machines will be used for the elections, though the devices are being worked on to avoid a repeat of the glitches recorded with the last Saturday’s elections
The plan of the gathering was not revealed to the media, in any case, writers were welcome to cover the opening.
In his invite comments, the INEC Administrator noticed that the gathering is to audit exhibitions at the last week's races, adding that there are examples to be gained from last week's decisions, particularly as it connects with coordinated factors the executives.
He encouraged the RECs to work harder to guarantee that the governorship races don't encounter similar errors recorded with the last decisions, while calling for restraining of staff who blunder.
We should recall that there are many incompetency in the part of the INEC officials experienced by Nigerians Citizens during the Presidential election. INEC has promised that such will never repeat itself again.
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