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Names Of 52 Senators Who Voted Against The Electronic Transmission Of Election Results Revealed

The issue of the intent of the Independent National Electoral Commission to switch over to the electronic means of transmitting electoral results is not something new, as it has been dragged on for a while now. Well today, I would be exposing to you the names of the Senators who I consider to be outdated, archaic or old-fashioned. I mean the Senators who voted against the implementation of the electronic means of vote transmission. 

Below are the names of the said senators, which include the name of 50 members of All Progressive Congress and only 2 members of the People's Democratic Party. The names are listed below, please enjoy. 

1. Kabiru Gaya from Kano Central (APC)

2. Ovie Omo-Agege from Delta Central (APC)

3. Peter Nwaoboshi from Delta North (APC)

4. Ali Ndume from Borno South (APC)

5. Opeyemi Bamidele from Ekiti Central (APC)

6. Ibrahim Gobir from Sokoto East (APC)

7. Mohammed Goje from Gombe Central (APC)

8. Yusuf Yusuf (Taraba Central) (APC)

9. Ibrahim Bomai (Yobe South) (APC)

10. Sahabi Ya’u (Zamfara North) (APC)

11. Uba Sani (Kaduna Central) (APC)

12. Elisha Abbo (Adamawa North) (APC)

13. Ahmad Kaita (Katsina North) (APC)

14. Adamu Aliero (Kebbi Central (APC)

15. Yahaya Abdullahi (Kebbi North) (APC)

16. Yakubu Oseni (Kogi Central) (APC)

17. Jibrin Isah (Kogi East) (APC)

18. Smart Adeyemi (Kogi West) (APC)

19. Ibrahim Oloriegbe (Kwara Central) (APC)

20. Oluremi Tinubu (Lagos Central) (APC)

21. Solomon Adeola (Lagos West) (APC)

22. Tanko Al-Makura (Nasarawa North) (APC)

23. Godiya Akwashiki (Nasarawa South) (APC)

24. Abdullahi Adamu (Nasarawa West) (APC)

25. Mohammed Musa (Niger East) (APC)

26. Aliyu Abdullahi (Niger North) (APC)

27. Mohammed Enagi (Niger South) (APC)

28. Nora Dadu’ut (Plateau South) (APC)

29. Francis Alimikhena (Edo North) (APC)

30. Abubakar Kyari (Borno North)(APC)

31. Ajibola Basiru (Osun Central) (APC)

 32. Robert Boroffice (Ondo North) (APC)

33. Orji Uzor Kalu (Abia North) (APC)

34. Adelere Oriolowo (Osun West) (APC)

35. Aishatu Ahmed (Adamawa Central) (APC)

36. Biobarakama Degi-Eremienyo (Bayelsa East)(APC)

37. Oyelola Ashiru (Kwara South) (APC)

38. Bello Mandiya (Katsina South) (APC)

39. Hezekiah Dimka (Plateau Central) (APC)

40. Frank Ibezim (Imo North) (APC)

 41. Kashim Shettima (Borno Central) (APC)

42. Sa’idu Alkali (Gombe North)(APC)

43. Amos Bulus (Gombe South) (APC)

44. Danladi Sankara (Jigawa North-East) (APC)

45. Ibrahim Hadejia (Jigawa North-West) (APC)

46. Suleiman Kwari (Kaduna North) (APC)

47. Kabir Barkiya (Katsina Central) (APC)

48. Jika Halliru (Bauchi Central) (APC)

49. Lawali Anka (Zamfara West) (APC)

50. Lawal Gumau (Bauchi South) (APC)

51. Stephen Odeh (PDP, Cross River North)

52. Shuaibu Lau (PDP, Taraba)

The use of the electronic transmission method will promise to reduce to the barest minimum, the issues if Electoral malpractice, most especially the issues of snatching of ballot boxes. The only reason I can think of why the senators would reject the movement to go digital is if it will reduce their chances of rigging elections.

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APC Independent National Electoral Commission Kabiru Gaya Ovie Omo-Agege Peter Nwaoboshi


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