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We're Ready For Governorship Election, Result-Viewing Portals Are Now Working Perfectly – INEC Says

Nigerians have been told by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) that they are completely prepared for the March 1 governorship election.

They added that the result-viewing portals are currently operating flawlessly and that they are completely prepared to implement the BVAS.

Punch News, a broadcasting network, covered this event on social media and posted about it on their Facebook page.

The Independent National Electoral Commission, which experienced technical difficulties during the presidential and National Assembly elections, has assured that its result-viewing site is now operational, according to their report.

It stated that during the governorship and Place of Gathering races on Saturday, the IReV entrance would be communicated.

This was stated during a discussion with our journalist on Sunday by Rotimi Oyekanmi, the Chief Press Secretary to the INEC Director.

Political parties, observers, individuals, and a variety of interest groups had criticized INEC for failing to upload polling station data to the portal before the collation.

A few ideological organizations and individuals had relied on the error to demand the results be discarded.

Eight days after the official survey, our reporter kept a watch on Sunday and discovered that INEC had so far transferred 161,624 results from 176, 846 surveying units.

92% of the findings from all the surveying groups are covered by the figure.

The electronic transmission of findings was ongoing at the time this report was recorded.

The final voting day would be used to transfer the outcomes of political decisions, as INEC Director Prof. Mahmood Yakubu had promised.

In any case, INEC came under fire for its failure to sync survey results with its survey entry, which led to some gathering specialists leaving the Public Examination Community on Monday.

Our reporter checked on Sunday and found that it appeared that no surveying units' results could be transmitted to the INEC site.

Oyekanmi said in her discussion of the subject, "The technical issues that affected it on February 25 are now resolved. It will be sent in connection with the state gathering and election of the governor scheduled for Walk 11."

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