Electronic voting possible in Nigeria, says El-Rufai
According to a report from Vanguardngr.com, the Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El-Rufai , says electronic voting is possible in Nigeria, with the right determination.
According to El-Rifai, the success recorded in the last Local Government election conducted via eletronic voting in the state was a demonstration that it was possible across the country.
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The report made it clear that the Kaduna state Governor disclosed this in his statement in a statewide broadcast on Wednesday to thank the people of the state for giving the political party (APC), victory at the polls. Information Guides Nigeria
Governor El-Rifai made some claims that his administration had placed the credibility and integrity of the electoral process above the discredited practice of previous governments of winner takes all.
He continues by saying that the “4th September 2021 local government elections further validated the Kaduna State Government’s decision to invest in Electronic Voting Machines to promote electoral integrity and transparency.” JAMB Result
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