The Spokesman of the New Nigeria Peoples Party, Ladipo Johnson, has disclosed that there were systemic actions that was taken by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, which affected the performance of the NNPP during the presidential election.
Firstly, Ladipo Johnson stated that the logo of the NNPP was not properly added into the ballot papers. Ladipo Johnson disclosed that the error that was made by INEC regarding the logo of the party made a lot of people confused during the election exercise on Saturday.
Speaking further, Ladipo Johnson said that the NNPP acronym was not found on the ballot papers of INEC during the election. Ladipo Johnson disclosed that he was not sure if the situation was the same in every part of Nigeria, however, the party confirmed that the party acronym was missing in the ballot papers in some parts of the country.
Thirdly, Ladipo Johnson stated that INEC made the mistake of printing NNPP's agent tags that had the same name. Ladipo Johnson stated that some of the NNPP agents were forced to wear agent tags that had the same name and as such, NNPP's agents were chased out of many polling units.
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