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2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by KillMNKnow(f): 5:56am On Jul 22
THE Atiku Support Organisation has said real-time electronic transmission of election results is 100 per cent possible in Nigeria, contrary to the position of the “transparent election-phobic All Progressives Congress-led Senate.”

The group canvassed the argument in a statement on Wednesday, by its National Publicity Secretary, Dr El Mo Victor.

The statement is titled, ‘With a 98 percent tele density rate and over 80 percent MTN Nigeria 3G broadband coverage, real-time e-transmission of election results is 100 percent possible, Atiku Support Organisation tells Senate.’

The group claimed that the data from the National Communications Commission website contradicts the outdated information presented by the NCC head of technical team to the house of representatives.

It stated that, “the current figure, which the NCC technical team mischievously conceals to mislead Nigerians shows that the tele density rate in Nigeria as of May 2021 is 98 per cent.”

The statement read, “For every 100 inhabitants in an area, at least one person is actively connected to a network through a mobile phone or other devices, thus proving the presence of a network service.

“It may display either of the following alphanumeric characters like 2G [G (GPRS), E (EDGE)], 3G, H, H+, 4G/LTE, etc for accessing the internet.

“In the Nigerian National Broadband Plan 2020-2025, which was signed by President Muhammadu Buhari on March 10, 2020, and communication minister, Dr Isa Pantami, the NCC stated indeed on page 16 of the document that Nigeria has achieved 74 per cent 3G coverage of the entire nation as of March 2020.

“This is contrary to the outdated 50 per cent misleading figure presented by the NCC and some Nigerian senators, like Senator Ali Ndume and others, who see electoral transparency as a threat.

“It is also revealing to note that on Monday, June 7th, 2021, the Chief Executive Officer of MTN Nigeria, Karl Toriola, stated during their annual general meeting that the company has achieved 80.4 per cent 3G broadband coverage of Nigeria in 2020.


“This is aside from Globacom Nigeria, Airtel Nigeria, and Etisalat Nigeria 3G network coverage of areas not covered by MTN or other competing network providers.”

Toriola, according to the group had said, “We are proud to announce that our network has now achieved 89 per cent nationwide coverage, while our 3G and 4G expansions attained 80.4 per cent and 60.1 per cent population coverage, respectively in 2020,”

The group added that, “It’s clear even to the blind that with the above data, Nigeria has adequate network coverage of about 100 per cent and MTN 3G broadband coverage of 80.4 per cent (other networks unaccounted for) to ensure full deployment of technology in our elections.

“This will enhance transparency and integrity, increase voter confidence, strengthen democracy and save the lives of our corps members, policemen, and INEC staff who are routinely being killed in every election season.

“We encourage the Independent National Electoral Commission to assert its independence and uphold resolutely the supreme provision of section 78 and 3rd Schedule, Part 1, F, S.15 of the 1999 Constitution as amended.

The group urged the Dr Ahmad Lawan- led Nigerian Senate “must rise above pettiness and should not make itself an enemy of progress.”

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Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by Juliusmomoh: 6:05am On Jul 22
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Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by yinkus6750(m): 6:19am On Jul 22
Everyone knows it is possible.
INEC itself has confirmed it.

But, I hope they not referring to the one they will sit in Dubai and be busy hacking INEC server.

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Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by Monogamy: 6:22am On Jul 22
Very funny Nigerians, they do not want to link their Sim cards with NIN but yet clamouring for E-voting.

Is that not a confusion?

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Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by MANNABBQGRILLS: 6:25am On Jul 22
Monogamy:
Very funny Nigerians, they do not want to link their Sim cards with NIN but yet clamouring for E-voting.

Is that not a confusion?
Only we Nigerians that linked our SIM will be able to vote electronically.
According to the rules of the land.
A better Nigeria is all we want.
God bless Nigeria.

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Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by TinubuGoQuench(f): 6:26am On Jul 22
Monogamy:
Very funny Nigerians, they do not want to link their Sim cards with NIN but yet clamouring for E-voting.

Is that not a confusion?

SHUT UP!!! YOU ARE VERY IGNORANT

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Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by TheSparrow: 7:02am On Jul 22
Ok. Time will probably tell.
Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by temitope27(m): 7:02am On Jul 22
Everyone know it's possible, but fear of hackers dey worry dem grin
Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by emmabest2000(m): 7:02am On Jul 22

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Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by ignis: 7:02am On Jul 22
Everyone knows this, but unfortunately your leaders are joking with your intelligence.
Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by MANNABBQGRILLS: 7:03am On Jul 22
A better Nigeria all around is all we want.

Anything to move our darling nation forward is our priority at MANNA.

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Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by princealexndre(m): 7:03am On Jul 22
E-result is a better option, but we still got hackers

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PayPal
Cashapp
# we also buy btc. @high rate today

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Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by System202: 7:03am On Jul 22
Monogamy:
Very funny Nigerians, they do not want to link their Sim cards with NIN but yet clamouring for E-voting.

Is that not a confusion?
Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by keentola(m): 7:04am On Jul 22
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Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by yenereal(m): 7:04am On Jul 22
angry
Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by phemmie06(m): 7:04am On Jul 22
Those saying it is not possible will later seek for its implementation if the table turn against them.
Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by WandaNara: 7:04am On Jul 22
MANNABBQGRILLS:
A better Nigeria all around is all we want.

Anything to move our darling nation forward is our priority at MANNA.




You're a big clown

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Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by kennyz247(m): 7:04am On Jul 22
how I wish ds amiable man was voted as president, things would have been better and working well than ds hit and run abi na black market product we have as a president that place priority on cow than human......
Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by humberjade: 7:06am On Jul 22
Good morning sir grin
Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by Successlane: 7:09am On Jul 22
Cunny man die , cunny man bury am.

Everybody know the truth, (APC inclusive)

But the fear of Atiku hacking power is the beginning of APC wisdom.

I rest my case.

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Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by skywalker240(m): 7:12am On Jul 22
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Re: 2023: E-Results Transmission Possible In Nigeria, Atiku Support Organisation by CSTRR: 7:17am On Jul 22
Like I said before, the only northern politician with the Brain of a southerner.

The best among a very bad northern bunch.

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