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INEC insist E-transmission of results has come to stay

The Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC), has dismissed reports that they will once again be adopting the manual collation of results during the 2023 general elections.

INEC had insisted firmly that the Electronic transmission of Election result has come to stay and that their will be no going back and that all the reports were False.

This was said by the national commissioner and chairman of it’s Voter Education Committee, Festus Okoye on Sunday.
The statement read:

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The Independent National Electoral Commission’s (INEC ) attention has been drawn to a misunderstanding arising from a recent short interview granted to a national newspaper on the procedure for result management during elections. some have interpreted the explanation on result management procedure to mean that the commission has jettisoned the electronic transmission of result and reverted to the manual process. This is not correct.

For clarity, the procedure of result transmission remains the same as in recent Governorship elections in Ekiti and Osun states. Their will be no change in all future elections, including the 2023 General Election.

We wish to reassure Nigerians that the electronic transmission of result has come to stay. It adds to the credibility and transparency of the process when citizens follow polling unit level results on the INEC Result Viewing (IReV) portal on real-time on the Election day. There will be no change or deviation in subsequent elections.

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The entire gamut of result management is provided for in sections 60, 62 and 64 of the Electoral Act 2022. In line with the provision of the law, the commission, in April this year, released a detailed clarification of the procedure for transmission, collation and declaration of results which was shared with all stakeholders and upload to our website.

We appeal to all Nigerians to avail themselves of the provisions of the Electoral Act and the Commission’s detailed explanation of the procedure and not reach a conclusion on the basis of media headlines.

Festus Okoye Esq.
National commissioner and Chairman,
Information and Voter Education Committee
Sunday 21st August 2022

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