Yesterday, some senators reportedly voted against electronic transmission of election results. Based on that note, several Nigerians have reacted differently, condemning the action of these senators.
Based on that note, Aisha Yesufu has decided to speak. Aisha Yesufu is one woman who always speaks out when there is a need for her to do so without fear or favour.
While reacting, she asked a question so as to know if the tears of Smart Adeyemi was not enough for him to vote in favour of electronic transmission of election results, which is the major thing Nigerians want presently.
It should be recalled that Senator Smart Adeyemi once cried at the floor of the National Assembly because of the high level of insecurity in different parts of the country.
As long as am concerned, our election results should be transmitted electronically and that is what we need now as a country.
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