The sophisticated drama that took place in the two Chambers of the National Assembly two weeks ago were subplots of a complex conspiracy to make sure people's votes will not count in the 2023 general elections.
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The two Senates of the National Assembly has passed two different Clause 52(2) of the Electoral Amendment Bill.
In the proposed Bill, the Senate directed INEC (Independent National Electoral Commission) to electronically transmit results subject to certification of certain areas fit for the NCC (Nigeria Communications Commission) and approval of the National Assembly.
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In my opinion, why the Electoral Act Bill passed by the 2 chambers of National Assembly is a conspiracy against 2023 elections is because the Bill proposed that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) have to delegate its exclusive constitutional powers to NCC and National Assembly in order to conduct elections in some certain areas.
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We all know what it means for INEC to share its exclusive constitutional powers to conduct elections with other bodies. If this should happen, there will definitely be mass electoral malpractice in conducting elections in the country.
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