Today, around 7:40 Pm in Abuja, THISDAY reported that the Senate Deputy Governor, Ovie Omo-Agege testified that he did not vote against the bill to invent electronic transmission of election results in Nigeria, but an amendment to the clause in the bill after amendment.Phto credit of Omo-Agege
In a statement by Omo-Agege special adviser on Legislative and Plenary matters, Prince Efe Duku revealed to the public that Omo-Agege decision was guided by the statement made by the Nigerian communication Commission: "electronic transmission of results will only be possible and effective in less than 50 percent of all electoral offices in the country."Photo credit of Prince Efe Duku
According to the Deputy Senate President, Omo-Agege, he did not vote against E-Voting as contained in the Clause 52(2) of the Electoral reform Bill which was recently passed by the Senate, He only voted for an amendment to Clause 52(3) of the Bill (electronic transmission), for effective and secure e-transmission of all election results and also for effective and application of electronic transmission in every part of the country.
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