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'The Electronic Transmission Of Result Was Sabotaged By Nigerians, INEC Did Their Best' -Garba Shehu

The Senior Unique Partner to the President on Media and Exposure, Garba Shehu has claimed that the INEC perform very well in the February 25th General political decision. He expressed that the political race couldn't measure up to past decisions in Nigeria. He explained that the INEC had increased up the expectation thus Nigerians anticipated the transmission of results. He, notwithstanding, contended that Nigerians are additionally the ones to fault for the non-transmission of results.

He explained that the danger being looked by the commission in sending the outcomes was on the grounds that there were large number of programmers who expected to hack into the IReV entrance. He battled that INEC needed to choose not to transfer the outcomes and they followed the manual strategy for transmission. As per the President's representative, on the off chance that Nigerians didn't endeavor to hack into the server, the commission would have sent the outcomes as they had guaranteed. He directed out that as respects toward this, INEC isn't the ones to fault for such frustration.

He said, ''For my comprehension, the electing commission said they will communicate results on the web. The law expressed obviously that the method of transmission would be at the caution of INEC. So INEC could essentially have said it will be a manual transmission and it would remain by the law.

Be that as it may, the electronic transmission of results was disrupted by Nigerians, and INEC gave their all to convey. INEC raised public assumptions and that was their main issue. However, nothing has ended up disparaging the result of the decisions and assuming anyone has the verification that the quantities of figures have been messed with, they get the opportunity to demonstrate that in court.''

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