As the next general elections approaches, politicians and their political parties are gearing up to have everything planned before the election.
Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is also preparing for the election so that it will be free and fair.
On the other hand, National Assembly are discussing too about the election. The Senate and the house of representatives are all debating on whether election results are to be gathered electronically or not, the debate went to an extent that some of the lawmakers walked out while the discussion was on.
The part that took attention of the popular Kaduna based cartoonist is the response from the National Communication Commission (NCC) in which they revealed that, Nigeria is not yet ready for that as only 50% of the polling units are capable of sending tye results electronically.
Bulama understands that this comment from NCC is nothing but a support to the ruling party who are vehemently against the electoral act amendment.
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