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INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by agwom(m): 8:06am On Feb 18
Retired Group Capt. John Ojikutu, a security expert, has said 60 per cent of INEC staff that superintended the past elections which were equally postponed might still be in the system.

“It is high time they were identified and weeded out of the system,” Ojikutu said in his reaction to the postponement of the general elections by INEC.

According to him, from 2011, 2015 and 2019, the reasons for rescheduling of elections had always been logistics.

He said, “It has always been logistics problems since I can remember way back in 2011 when Jega came on board. Has INEC learnt any lessons from the experiences of the past including the 2015 experiences?” he asked.

“There could still be no less than 60% of these in the systems; Who are those that were managing the INEC logistics in the past and how many of them are still in the process? Are there any intelligence about any from the experience of the past? What has INEC done to attend to these experiences?

The leftovers in the systems that were part of the experience of the past could still be the clogs in the process; why would INEC not identify them and remove them,” he asked.

https://www.dailytrust.com.ng/inec-urged-to-weed-out-officials-responsible-for-logistics-problems.html

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Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by PinkDick(m): 8:29am On Feb 18
shocked
Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by Mzee1Kahuna(m): 8:30am On Feb 18
Maasun
Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by parizzz: 8:30am On Feb 18
NO 1---- APC AND PDP AMONG THEM

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Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by kulekaa(m): 8:30am On Feb 18
Do away with them
Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by frankdGreat125: 8:30am On Feb 18
Who cares,
Weather good or bad Buhari must return to Daura.
Those in support of Atiku/Obi like, for Buhari share.

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Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by superior1: 8:30am On Feb 18
They should weed out Buhari's moles?

Might be challenging
Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by forayfleo(m): 8:31am On Feb 18
Good questions man
Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by ebuk4real(m): 8:31am On Feb 18
grin grin

When they check well, they might probably be the implanted moles to stagger the elections but thanks for the pressure on INEC by the international bodies to conduct the elections simultaneously everywhere, same day.
Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by lanvic12(m): 8:32am On Feb 18
Stop telling us lies no official anywhere ...er know what u guys are trying to u...is order from above ...
Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by TheGreenLand: 8:32am On Feb 18
Weed them out sharp sharp.
Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by GoldHorse(m): 8:32am On Feb 18
It beats the imagination that any serious organization will leave obvious tainted and stained staff on board.
Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by Ayoefa: 8:34am On Feb 18
They should let the okoro man go? Ok, over to the Ipobian miscreants.

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Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by Olusheyi1(m): 8:34am On Feb 18
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Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by appini: 8:35am On Feb 18
A presidential election cannot be postponed without the knowledge of the president.

I hope we are not heading towards an interim system of government, because even the INEC chairman is looking totally confused regarding the entire process.

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Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by phyllosilicate(m): 8:35am On Feb 18
Professor Okechukwu Ibeanu, INEC Logistics Committee Chairman need to explain why he couldn't do the only work assigned to him, which is to ensure that there is not logistic problem.

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Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by xxolisexx(m): 8:36am On Feb 18
419ners

Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by jamalnation(m): 8:36am On Feb 18
someone has to be held responsible for this national disgrace
Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by Qud2371: 8:37am On Feb 18
Hdhsy

Re: INEC Urged To Weed Out Officials Responsible For Logistics Problems by MrPRevailer: 8:37am On Feb 18
You are advising supposedly transparent body who is PART OF THE RIGGING MASTERMIND

APC= INEC

ATIKU's EXTENSIVE INTELLIGENCE REVEALED THAT INEC CONTRACTED POPULAR APC-CANDIDATE TO PRINT 100,880 COMPROMISED PVC CARD READERS THAT CAN COUNT FAKE PVCs (PIC PROOF)

http://dailypost.ng/2019/02/15/weve-foiled-apc-govt-plot-rig-buhari-atiku-releases-proof/amp/

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