Electronic transmission of election results will mitigate rigging - APC chieftain

Electronic transmission of election results will mitigate rigging - APC chieftain

Apc, Irimiya Ezekiel Afukonyo

10/19/2021 3:13:00 PM

Electronic transmission of election results will mitigate rigging - APC chieftain

A chieftain of the All Progressive Congress ( APC ), Irimiya Ezekiel Afukonyo , has backed the electronic transmission of election results. The chieftain,

A chieftain of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Irimiya Ezekiel Afukonyo, has backed the electronic transmission of election results.The chieftain, who made his position known during an interactive session with media practitioners in Wukari Local Government Area in Taraba State, said the process will go a long way to help mitigate against the rigging of elections in the country.

Afukonyo, who also doubles as the chairman, governing board of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, said that the process if eventually carried out, “will be the greatest thing that will happen to our democracy.”He said, “People don’t like straightforward routes. If this is done, definitely the electronic system can never lie, and it will definitely mitigate rigging during elections.”

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