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Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by Agbegbaorogboye: 10:07pm On Jul 17
garfield1 come o
INEC says your mumu sponsored by NCC na grade 1
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by Jacuzzi55(m): 10:08pm On Jul 17
I need to get my VISA before the Nigeria INEC will forcefully rig another people that will frustrate us like these current administration
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by garfield1: 10:10pm On Jul 17
Agbegbaorogboye:
garfield1 come o
INEC says your mumu sponsored by NCC na grade 1

Continue squealing and wailing.seems you are hungry.agbakara
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by iwaeda: 10:14pm On Jul 17
vedaxcool:


The same developed countries are saying it can be hacked by malicious agents. If you hear how INEC IT staff are in bed with politicians you will know it will address nothing and is simply a desperate attempt by the same failed politicians to create opportunities for doubts and crisis.

Do you watch how you get real time election results from developed countries? Unlike here that Professor will not be able to read from excel sheets full of manupilations.

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Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by Agbegbaorogboye: 10:14pm On Jul 17
garfield1:


Continue squealing and wailing.seems you are hungry.agbakara

You hear?

INEC says you and ur NCC should go and eat shit

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Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by garfield1: 10:16pm On Jul 17
Agbegbaorogboye:


You hear?

INEC says you and ur NCC should go and eat shit

Is that your favourite dish? Kindergarten rants.go and do electronic transmission.ishie
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by Agbegbaorogboye: 10:24pm On Jul 17
garfield1:


Is that your favourite dish? Kindergarten rants.go and do electronic transmission.ishie

Won't you cry to the mods on that one or he no pain you much. Ode oponu omo ale
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by slivertongue: 10:26pm On Jul 17
after APC's loses in 2023 they will push for electronic voting. electronic voting will do APC more good than harm cos d masses are waiting to use the formula they used in voting them in to vote them out. PDP is just pushing them into a pit. APC can't survive the current system
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by garfield1: 10:26pm On Jul 17
Agbegbaorogboye:


Won't you cry to the mods on that one or he no pain you much. Ode oponu omo ale

I heard you scrambled for 5 naira at oba idemili grin
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by garfield1: 10:27pm On Jul 17
slivertongue:
after APC's loses in 2023 they will push for electronic voting. electronic voting will do APC more good than harm cos d masses are waiting to use the formula they used in voting them in to vote them out. PDP is just pushing them into a pit. APC can't survive the current system

Which pit? Pdp will never come back to power whichever means of voting adopted.pdp is dead
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by Agbegbaorogboye: 10:28pm On Jul 17
vedaxcool:


The same developed countries are saying it can be hacked by malicious agents. If you hear how INEC IT staff are in bed with politicians you will know it will address nothing and is simply a desperate attempt by the same failed politicians to create opportunities for doubts and crisis.

Keep quiet. The same INEC your god wanted his aide to be a commissioner? You're concerned about hacking of election results yet you do online banking. Where is your brain?
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by Ihejirikakings(m): 10:29pm On Jul 17
God will bless you my brother, please continue saying the truth for it shall set you free.

Useless set of people that called themselves representative.

All of them are afraid because the know what is going to happen.

We are watching.
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by Agbegbaorogboye: 10:29pm On Jul 17
garfield1:


I heard you scrambled for 5 naira at oba idemili grin

That's the kind of lowlife conversation you engage with. o maa se o. Omo abidanu omo ale
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by garfield1: 10:33pm On Jul 17
Agbegbaorogboye:


That's the kind of lowlife conversation you engage with. o maa se o. Omo abidanu omo ale

See this onye iberibe.even a dullard like buhari tight pass you
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by slivertongue: 10:34pm On Jul 17
garfield1:


Which pit? Pdp will never come back to power whichever means of voting adopted.pdp is dead

the masses are neither APC nor PDP. here no more sai baba. Nigerians will speak when the time comes so hold ur quote they are premature
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by garfield1: 10:37pm On Jul 17
slivertongue:


the masses are neither APC nor PDP. here no more sai baba. Nigerians will speak when the time comes so hold ur quote they are premature

They will speak for apc or any other apart from pdp
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by Agbegbaorogboye: 10:42pm On Jul 17
garfield1:


See this onye iberibe.even a dullard like buhari tight pass you

Lol. So you are having a dullard as your master whose ass you lick like ice cream

Will your parents be proud of you now?
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by garfield1: 10:49pm On Jul 17
Agbegbaorogboye:


Lol. So you are having a dullard as your master whose ass you lick like ice cream

Will your parents be proud of you now?

Borng.... step up anumpam.take several seats
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by duality(m): 10:55pm On Jul 17
Was it not same thing about the 2019 elections?

Before the election, they talked about electronic transmission of results. They trained people.

After the election, INEC changed turn.
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by Odidigboigbo(m): 10:56pm On Jul 17
When Card Reader was first introduced to voting, it was not legislated. Whether electronic transmission of election result was approved or not, it will not stop INEC from using it, if they chose to. The only thing is that it cannot be tender as an evidence in the court of law.

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Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by khadaffi(m): 11:03pm On Jul 17
lessonotes:
The politicians are scared about man in the middle attacks during results transmission. A serving Senator said a former ruling party has Yahoo Yahoo boys who can do the dirty work.

If INEC said they have the capacity, I believe with the use of encryption and possible Blockchain technology, they can preserve election results whether static or in flight.

NB: We can't forget that the 2016 Elections in the US was hacked.


@ the bolded- those were political statements. Later investigation proved there was no hack.

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Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by Agbegbaorogboye: 11:10pm On Jul 17
garfield1:


Borng.... step up anumpam.take several seats

Seems your fingers are shaking

Is it from incessant sobbing

Cry out to the mods you Buhari asswipe Obo lagido
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by garfield1: 11:12pm On Jul 17
Agbegbaorogboye:


Seems your fingers are shaking

Is it from incessant sobbing

Cry out to the mods you Buhari asswipe Obo lagido

Stop spraying the whole place with saliva.I know you want to sound louder than ologbondiyan and melaye your mentors,but do it moderately lad.anuofia
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by Agbegbaorogboye: 11:55pm On Jul 17
garfield1:


Stop spraying the whole place with saliva.I know you want to sound louder than ologbondiyan and melaye your mentors,but do it moderately lad.anuofia
Like how you drip saliva while licking Buhari's ass abi. Scato

I guess you're learning from Lai the father of lies.
Even the devil is afraid of you lying bunch of APC scammers.
Arindin Omo awatolenu.
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by slivertongue: 12:02am On Jul 18
garfield1:


They will speak for apc or any other apart from pdp


u are scared that's why u keep quoting me. i dont quote u cos ur takes are shallow
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by HAH: 12:40am On Jul 18
vedaxcool:
Card readers by the same INEC fail to accredit voters 30 - 50% of the time yet you have the capacity to transmit results you think you have when card readers of over 5 years now you cannot master.

No one will be fooled by this paid foolishness. Even in advanced democracies they have realized the dangers of an electronic dependent electoral system and are reverting to paper.

NCC remains the only institution that can give us real data on issues of coverage. INEC staff want to award contracts to themselves.

Can INEC foil hacking? No but they delude themselves they have some idiotic capacity.
Very stupid reasoning here

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Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by ikennaiteogu: 1:24am On Jul 18
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by jomoh: 1:49am On Jul 18
iwaeda:


Transmission is different from voting. Even paper ballots are still scanned electronically in the USA.

Everybody is afraid of transmission electronically cos that’s where it can be hijacked. That is where 2016 US election was hijacked.

Germany too is running from it.
Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by jomoh: 1:50am On Jul 18
vedaxcool:


Please I borrowed you picture for my post the front page.

Most people don't get and never will. Can INEC foil hacking?

I was actually hoping someone would.

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Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by SmartPolician: 2:11am On Jul 18
vedaxcool:
Card readers by the same INEC fail to accredit voters 30 - 50% of the time yet you have the capacity to transmit results you think you have when card readers of over 5 years now you cannot master.

No one will be fooled by this paid foolishness. Even in advanced democracies they have realized the dangers of an electronic dependent electoral system and are reverting to paper.

NCC remains the only institution that can give us real data on issues of coverage. INEC staff want to award contracts to themselves.

Can INEC foil hacking? No but they delude themselves they have some idiotic capacity.

I don't think the argument is about electronic voting. The argument is about electronic transmission of polling booth results to prevent the senseless rigging that happens at the collation centres.

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Re: INEC's Position On Electronic Transmission Of Election Results In Nigeria by louqas: 4:59am On Jul 18
CSTRR:
Northern Nigeria says no.

And they have won.
But that is not important.

Let us laugh at ipob because obi Cubana bought cows.

Ipob are our biggest problem.

In one thread ibos are SHOUTING Nigeria is not working ......we want to go let us go....Nigeria is a zoo

In another thread ibos will be boasting of how they made billions from £20...... they will tell us to our faces how hardworking the ibo man is and how lazy we are and jealous of ibomans sucess...how ibos live the best quality life.....IN THE NIGERIA THAT IS NOT WORKING

IPOB IS NIGERIA'S BIGGEST PROBLEM AT THE MOMENT because it is confusing otherwise good citizens with brainwashing and propaganda.....it is polluting our airwaves with toxic comments , fake videos and doctored videos.....using UGM to attack security personnel.....abducting innocent citizens and using young ibo girls for rituals

Before you tell me of badits running riot in the north (they have been contained to an extent down south) i will advise you stop comparing yourself with illiterate cow urine drinking backward northerners....IPOB has been reduced to whataboutism.....if fulanis are killing themselves in zamfara or bandits attacking borno indigenes Ibos too should be killing themselves...does that make sense?

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