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2023 polls: INEC expresses worry over result management crisis

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has expressed concern over issues of result management during elections, especially as some Nigerians have raised concerns about management…

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has expressed concern over issues of result management during elections, especially as some Nigerians have raised concerns about management election outcomes at various levels.

The INEC chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, said this yesterday in Abuja at the post-election review meeting of the 2023 elections, with collation and returning officers, as well as the 37 state collation officers for the presidential election.

“The commission is aware that as collation and returning officers, you worked under extremely challenging circumstances by tediously and manually completing designated forms as provided by law and either moved them to the next level of collation or concluded the processes as returning officers.

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“At the same time, issues have arisen and some Nigerians have raised concerns about result management at various levels. While some of the issues are subject of litigations, and therefore, sub-judice, we can nevertheless discuss them broadly, and most importantly, share experience on the way forward,” Yakubu said.

He said the commission expected that the meeting would identify areas of strength and weaknesses, as well as the necessary reforms it needs to introduce, going forward.

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