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Electoral Act: Redeem your image, Middle-Belt, Southern leaders tell Senate - Punch Newspapers

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Electoral Act : Redeem your image, Middle-Belt, Southern leaders tell Senate - Punch Newspapers

The most widely read newspaper in Nigeria

24 September 2021THE Southern and Middle-Belt Alliance has advised the Senate to “redeem its already battered image” by using the opportunity of the conference committee on Electoral Act to vote in favour of electronic transmission of election results.

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The Senate President, Ahmad Lawan had on Wednesday, set up a conference committee of the Senate, which would meet with the House of Representatives team to resolve the impasse on the electronic transmission of election results.The Senate Leader, Abdullahi Yahaya would lead the committee which also included Senators Kabiru Gaya (North-West), Ajibola Basiru (South-West), Danjuma Goje (North-East), Uche Ekwunife (South-East), Sani Musa (North-Central), and Mathew Urhoghide (South-South) as members.

A close observation of the seven-member committee members revealed that only one of them (Urhoghide) voted in support of the electronic transmission of results when there was a division on the issue.SAMBA in a statement titled ‘Electoral Act: A unique opportunity to redeem battered image, SAMBA tells Senate,’Signed by Rwang Pam, in Abuja, on Thursday, cautioned the red chamber against working against the interests of Nigerians. headtopics.com

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