News about the controversies surrounding the presidential election has continued to dominate Nigeria' s media space.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), according to Mr. Akin Osuntokun, the secretary general of the Labor Party' s Presidential Campaign Council, hacked the Biometric Voter Accreditation System (BVAS) during the Nigerian presidential elections.
Mr. Osuntokun asserts in an exclusive interview on ARISE TV, that INEC Chairman Mahmud Yakubu never provided an explanation for why the House, and Senate election results were successfully uploaded to the Integrated Review of Results and Elections (IReV) platform while the presidential election results were incorrectly sent.
He said that INEC purposefully blocked attempts to manipulate the data.
Mr. Osuntokun claimed that Representative Reed Adeleke of Osun State was prevented from making political decisions and casting too many votes by BVAS. He also claimed that BVAS made it impossible to add more people to a unit than registered voters. Mr. Osuntokun asked Professor Mahmoud Yacouba to explain the IReV failure and claims of BVAS interference by INEC in the presidential election.
According to Akin Osuntokun, INEC meddled with BVAS during the Nigerian presidential election. He claimed that INEC had fabricated the IReV malfunction in order to manipulate the results, thus he requested Professor Mahmoud Yakubu to explain the failure of IReV and the suspected sabotage of BVAS. Osuntokun promised that BVAS stopped State Representative Osun Adeleke from casting too many votes by faking the numbers when making political judgments.
Source: ARISE TV
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