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7 Dec
The Action Democratic Party (ADP) has expressed support for adoption of electronic transmission of results in the 2023 general elections.
27 Oct
The decision of the Senate to redeem itself by reversing its earlier stance on the controversial clause 53 (3) of the Electoral Act Amendment Bill, which had sought to subject the electronic transmission of electoral results to the approval...
Nigeria Senate
12 Oct
Nigerian Senate on Tuesday bowed to public pressure and adopted the stance of the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) to transmit election results electronically. The Senate's adoption of electronic transmission of election results came after months of outrage and outright rejection that followed the passage of the 2021 Amended Electoral act earlier in July by Nigerians.…
11 Oct
In the over six years, that I have committed myself to part-time work in development, anyone who has interacted with me during the period would recall many things, but more importantly...
15 Aug
Amid discordant tunes regarding the country’s readiness for electronic transmission of election results, key stakeholders in the sector insist that the technology

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