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Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by FlamesD: 6:25am On Jul 06
This is why I don't blame people gunning for secession. How can you share the same country with a backwards thinking individuals who doesn't want to align with the best practices around the world? First they came with bogus additional polling units in crisis ridden areas in the north. Now they want to discard electronic transmission of results. How long do this people think they can hold on to this dubious cliff on power. Why they continue to push this unethical ideologies, their counterparts from the south keep criminal silent without any formidable form of resistance. When people like Igboho/Kanu try to enlighten their people on this abnormal policies, they come after them and term them terrorists why the real terrorists are up north enjoying their patronage.
Thank God for southern Governors. Let's pray they maintain the status quo now that our law makers in national assembly have failed us for mare crumbs from the table of their masters.

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Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by akaahs(m): 6:42am On Jul 06
bejick:

does that make APC competent, have life improved with their cross carpeting? Have your life improved think about it
Does he have a brain to even think??
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by Teymanhenry(m): 6:45am On Jul 06
Complete electronic voting is a great step. We also hope for instant result. So as soon as you vote electronically, the vote should count on screen. Plus debates should also count a lot during elections.

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Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by redcliff: 6:46am On Jul 06
authority2006:
The one we did last time in 2019 that was neither transferred electronically nor stored online, PDP and Atiku still alleged that server was hacked and APC votes inflated. Lol. Clowns

can you send us the source where it was alleged that servers were hacked and votes inflated.
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by executive12: 7:02am On Jul 06
Ezewuzie01:
Why is the PDP so desperate for electronic transmission of results? It's like they have positioned hackers to tamper with results. While they are dreaming of hacking results, APC is busy poaching their governors one after the other. Abia state governor is next to decamp and then they will go for Adamawa. It seems like the more Nyesom wike makes noise on TV, the more ApC sucks the life out of PDP.

Too many fools in this country. So you can't see the need for electronic transmission of results??.
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by Yahami(m): 7:10am On Jul 06
This government is a scam, the presidency approve local government autonomy and it was then we see that a primary school teacher in Kogi received #4900 as his June salary.
Where is the autonomy, has autonomy drop their level even bellow the paper minimum wages.
Until we help ourselves God can't come down to help us, until we shun sentiments this evil machinations will continue
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by durangokid: 7:20am On Jul 06
Ezewuzie01:
Why is the PDP so desperate for electronic transmission of results? It's like they have positioned hackers to tamper with results. While they are dreaming of hacking results, APC is busy poaching their governors one after the other. Abia state governor is next to decamp and then they will go for Adamawa. It seems like the more Nyesom wike makes noise on TV, the more APC sucks the life out of PDP.
You see that you reason from your ANUS so its only PDP that can hack the server and APC don't know how to hack? See Nigerians are getting smarter everyday, they are waiting for any trick APC will bring up to rig 2023 election
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by eduj(m): 7:20am On Jul 06
tempest01:
The people that inserted that clause should be named . This suggests criminal intent to rig elections in the future. The Chairman of the page should be held responsible.

These crooks are not concerned about network problem in the north. If they were, they would not have banned electronic transmission outright. They would have made a provision in that event. This doesn't even concern them. It should be left for inec to decide the process through its guideline if there is indeed network glitches to prevent electronic transmission.

Network challenges is easily surmounted.After counting ends in each polling unit, the PO takes the card reader to the Inec Collation centre (where there is always network).
Only a fraudulent organization has anything to fear in making our voting process more modern. The card reader keeps tally of the no of peeps whose card got accredited and consequently voted. It is linked to a server (even though INEC denied this in court) . It can be modified in such a way that as voting goes on ,the results is transmitted real time to a collation centre.
Network issues isn't the challenge, after all there are devices that connect to the internet even in the most vast desert
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by abokimallam: 7:25am On Jul 06
The foolishness of members of the National Assembly who want to pass this electoral law without electronic transmission, is that they feel they will benefit from their riggings.
They will all fail because the state Governors and god fathers will manipulate them and they will not even be nominated to run by their parties.
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by Hamiltonii: 7:36am On Jul 06
Tareq1105:
My submission on this is that it's a clear case of conspiracy of the Elites against the Masses.

2ndly, PDP is a useless opposition party. Kola Ologbodiyan obviously can't match Lai Mohammed opposition intelligence.

Nothing more to say.

What is intelligent about Lai Muhammed?
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by Freedomxlife: 7:41am On Jul 06
The Most Important Advantages of Electronic-Transmssion Are:
1. Quick Collation And Release Of Results.
2. No time for manipulations. (Any attempted manipulations can be easily spotted-out during the analysis of the figures)
3. The whole Results would be made fully available to the public in a very short time. There is nothing to hide anymore.
4. Citizens would monitor the progress of the Elections on the INEC Websites and INEC Virtual-Results-Portal rather than clicking on News and Social Media Platforms.
5. There are many many more.[/b]
...
The only disadvantage is that;
Many people “belived” that the process is very easy to hack..
But that's a very big fat lie.[/quote]

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Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by Lightorder: 8:20am On Jul 06
Could it be they think that we are still living under the stones or we are their captives ?
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by TUANKU(m): 8:32am On Jul 06
HopeAlive14:
It will be difficult for us to advance and move forward as a nation without mutual trust and enactment of laws and policies that will improve our national life and governance.

Would it be so difficult to transmit election results electronically?
Nothing like mutual trust when hausa/fulani are involved.
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by garfield1: 8:35am On Jul 06
ogododo:

Last election dem never conclude Rivers and INEC don issue am certificate. Naija dey special.

What nonsense talk is this? Even if you conclude rivers election,will it change the outcome?
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by Techguy96(m): 8:53am On Jul 06
Ezewuzie01:
Why is the PDP so desperate for electronic transmission of results? It's like they have positioned hackers to tamper with results. While they are dreaming of hacking results, APC is busy poaching their governors one after the other. Abia state governor is next to decamp and then they will go for Adamawa. It seems like the more Nyesom wike makes noise on TV, the more ApC sucks the life out of PDP.
Are u normal?
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by KaluwisxPRO: 10:01am On Jul 06
Ezewuzie01:
Why is the PDP so desperate for electronic transmission of results? It's like they have positioned hackers to tamper with results. While they are dreaming of hacking results, APC is busy poaching their governors one after the other. Abia state governor is next to decamp and then they will go for Adamawa. It seems like the more Nyesom wike makes noise on TV, the more ApC sucks the life out of PDP.

There’s nothing online without a digital footprint. Deployment of E-Transmission of results means that INEC must contract the security and data to an Expert.

Should there be discrepancies, then an Audit is done, with Technology, you can tell if those results where tampered with, how, when and how much damage, This will even help INEC.

People talking about hacking must be living in denial where Ballot are thumb-printed in Hotels during elections.

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Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by PARADIZEPRIEST: 1:33pm On Jul 06
THIS IS HOW TO BUILD A NATION WITH TRANSPARENCY AND ONENESS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2ntvrsowK4
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by Tecno66: 3:39pm On Jul 06
blackboy:
2019 they avoided it. Now this...fear this government. Untill we start recalling our representatives at the NASS they will kwontinue to pass evil bills. Greedy amd selfish politicians. Do things for a greater country and not nation or party.
God bless Nigeria
Inec are affraid of the dreaded server. If the was a server, the results of the following last elections would have been different. Osun and Kano governorship and the 2019 presidential elections. Mahmud is an ass licker.
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by kinguwem: 5:38pm On Jul 06
greatiyk4u:



Is Buhari also a Legislator?

This kind of hatred has made many of you divert all blames due to our various office holders on the President............

I dont know that passing of Bill in the national assembly is the duty of Buhari....
.wonderful
You must be a political green horn. The President is the leader of the leading party, he guides them on what to do. In Nigeria, there's no legislative independence.
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by bilulu(m): 10:50pm On Jul 06
Ezewuzie01:
Why is the PDP so desperate for electronic transmission of results? It's like they have positioned hackers to tamper with results. While they are dreaming of hacking results, APC is busy poaching their governors one after the other. Abia state governor is next to decamp and then they will go for Adamawa. It seems like the more Nyesom wike makes noise on TV, the more ApC sucks the life out of PDP.
who cares where the governors go if there is electronic transmission....
Re: Electoral Law Without Electronic Transmission Of Results Invitation To Anarchy by EMMY76: 11:36pm On Jul 06
Nigeria is a fraudulent creation so it must be sustained with fraud am not surprised. The fulani can never support anything that will eventually make them to loose their strong hold on nigeria.

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