The IReV, which was the conclusion, was shut down even though BVAS performed at 98%, according to Nwagwu

Ezenwa Nwagwu, the chairman of Partners for Electoral Reform, has claimed that Bola Tinubu, the president-elect, may have severe legal issues arising from the manner in which he was declared the victor of the 2023 Presidential election.Continue Reading>>>

The BVAS performed well in the most recent election, according to Mr. Nwagwu, one of the supporters of the 2022 Electoral Act.

However, he pointed out that the uploading of results to the IReV for documentation the final section had been stopped. He claimed that voters should go to the IReV to confirm that the results at the polling place match what has been uploaded.Continue Reading>>>

He claims that the election commission’s integrity has been compromised by the results not being uploaded.

The BVAS worked commendably well at 98%, according to all the records that are available, but the IReV, which is the conclusion, was shut down, the speaker stated. The culmination is the IReV. In actuality, IReV would not have taken place until after the election. A Form ECE, the people’s results, is put in that polling unit in addition to the Form EC8A that the party agents and security will have copies of.

The point of it all is that you should now print the form EC8A that you have already supplied to party agents and send it to the IReV. The absence of IReV hindered the integrity component of result management. Voters should be able to verify that the information posted accurately reflects the events at the voting place.

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