The growing demand for free, fair, credible and transparent elections in Nigeria suffered another set back as the National Assembly shut the door against electronic transmission of election results from polling units.
The National Assembly deliberately killed and buried the growing national aspiration for electronic transmission of election results in Nigeria.
However, the senate and the House of Representative recently constituted a fourteen-member committee to help revive and harmonize the different versions of the Electronic Transmission Bill passed by both chambers.
According to Reports from Premium Times, the names of the fourteen Nigerian lawmakers who will decide the fate of electronic transmission of election has been announced by the senate and House of Representative.
The names of the Lawmakers were announced on October 4, 2021 in a symposium held by the Senate and the House of Representative in Abuja.
Below are the names of the fourteen Lawmakers set up by the two chambers who will decide the fate of electronic transmission of election results in Nigeria.
2. Kabiru Gaya
3. Ajibola Basiru
4. Danjuma Goje
5. Sani Musa
6. Matthew Urhoghide
7. Uche Ekwunife
8. Akeem Adeyemi
9. James Faleke
10. Blessing Onuh
11. Aisha Dukku
12. Chris Azubogu
13. Unyime Idem
14. Ahmed Kalambaina
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