The Collation Officer of Gombe Local Government, Professor Adam Abass, presented a concerning discrepancy in vote counting at the Malam Sidi Primary School. According to his report, the number of valid votes cast exceeded the total number of accredited voters. This revelation was made known to Professor Shehu Hassan, the returning officer for Gombe, who immediately requested that Abass verify his figures.
The figures that Abass presented on Sunday night during the verification process showed that there were 295,782 registered voters, but the total number of valid votes cast was higher than that. This raises questions about the integrity of the election and has cast doubt on the credibility of the results.
The situation in Gombe requires thorough investigation to ensure that the election process was transparent and fair. It is essential that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) investigates and addresses any discrepancies to uphold the credibility of the electoral process.
Number of accredited voters 78487 and Number of total valid votes 88991.”
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