In a report published by Vanguard Newspaper, the Appeal Court sitting in Abuja on Wednesday, gave the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, the nod to reconfigure the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System, BVAS, it used for the presidential election. The court revealed that refusing to grant the permission would result to tying the hands of INEC.
Nigerians have reacted to this report on their twitter accounts. "LP was also granted access to the BVAS before reconfiguring the BVAS by INEC," a twitter user with the handle "GOE" commented in response to the report.
Another twitter user with the handle name 'Charlegmane' commented, “What does this mean? Are we inspecting before Reconfiguring OR not?”.
Another twitter user commented, “It's good because LP was also granted access to the BVAS. They should all do it with CCTV monitoring everything ”.
Below are some screenshots of the reactions and comments from Nigerians online;
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