INEC Officially Declares Buhari Winner Of 2019 General Election

The Independent National Electoral
Commission (INEC) has officially
declared President Muhammadu Buhari
of the All Progressives Congress as the
winner of the 2019 presidential general election,
defeating his oposition Atiku Abubakar of the PDP with
over three million votes
Mahmood Yakubu said the duty of the
Independent National Electoral Commission
(INEC) is to conclude and collate the
presidential result for final declaration.
He said on the problem of accredited voters
not adding up to number of voters, Yajubu
said the problem affects less than 2 per cent
of voters and thus does not affect the
general conclusion.
He said in Yobe and Akwa Ibom, the
numbers add up.
He said on the request of the opening of the
commission’s backlend for verification and
cross checking of voters, he says it is not a
matter of law. He said the discussion can be
continued after the end of this process.
INEc chairman, Mahmood Yakubu signs the
collation form
Osita Chidoka representing the Peoples
Democratic Party said there was a
discrepancy of more than 1,600, 000 voters
in terms of registered voters.
He said the cancelled votes affected more
than 2 million voters. He claimed there
were 5.1 million votes that cannot be
accounted for and thus called for a rerun.

Scoresheet of the presidential candidates
In his response, Yakubu said the asserting
that 5.1 million voters could not vote
because of card readers is not true. He also
said when card readers are deliberately
circumvented, votes will be cancelled.
INEC Officially Declares Buhari Winner Of 2019 General Election INEC Officially Declares Buhari Winner Of 2019 General Election Reviewed by Ojo Ayomiotan Daniel,Tech savvy, c.e.o of Ayomiteblog media on February 26, 2019 Rating: 5

No comments:

post Comment!

Powered by Blogger.