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This was confirmed by Kabiru Gaya, who is the Chairman of the Senate Committee on the Independent National Election Commission (INEC), who stated that the red chamber will not block any judgment made by the country’s electoral umpire to that effect.
The Senate has approved the electronic transmission of election results for the governorship elections in Anambra State on November 6 2021. When the question was posed to him by newsmen, Gaya responded. When asked if INEC had done anything similar in the Edo state and Ondo state elections, the Kano politician said yes.
He went on to say that technology improvements have allowed citizens to broadcast polling unit results on social media while INEC is still calculating the total official statistics.
It is left for INEC to decide whether it will transfer the election results in Anambra or not. They have done that in the previous elections in Edo and Ondo states.
Even before the INEC started transmitting elections results from polling units, Nigerians have been monitoring results of elections the moments they are being announced at polling stations. By 4 p.m, even before the final results are announced, many Nigerians would have seen them on the internet. Nigerians are fully involved in elections.”
The Senator further appealed to the people of Anambra to collaborate with INEC and security agencies to deliver a fair, peaceful, and credible election in Anambra.
We expect the people of the state to cooperate fully with the electoral body by being law-abiding.
The only way to achieve free, fair and credible election in Anambra is for everybody to eschew violence,
This was revealed in a report signed by Force spokesperson DCP Frank Mba and sent to Validnewstoday on Tuesday 26th Oct.