Hand over mandate to the owner, Nigerians tell INEC
Reacting to the announcement on INEC’s Facebook page, one Mercy Okonkwo said the committees should hand over the mandate to the winner of the 2023 Presidential election after the review.Continue Reading>>>
“”The committe should review the election and let the mandate be handed over to the owner.”
Another commentor, Mazi Chekwebe Okechuku Mbaneme, said the electoral body told the Labour Party to go to court, hence, they should provide them all the documents they need to retrieve their mandate.
“Inec provides all the documents labour party needs to retrieve their presidential mandate. Remember you tell the labour party to go court,” Mbaneme said.Continue Reading>>>
While Victor Emeka alleged that the INEC chairman and his team compromised the conduct of the 2023 general election and will for the injustice.
“Prof and his cohorts will pay for the injuries and injustice meted out on Nigerians and Nigerian electoral system by their compromised INEC,” Emeka stated.
For another Facebook user, Harrison Philip Marshall, said the committees was inaugurated to look into the wrongness for the purpose of record.
“A typical Nigerian will not do the right thing. But would prefer to do the wrong thing and set a committee to look into the wrongness for the purpose of record. This is madness”
No law Requires INEC to electronically transmit election results, Supreme Court says
Meanwhile, Legit.ng has reported that the Supreme Court declared that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is not bound to electronically transmit election results.
The five-member panel of the apex court on Tuesday, May 9, emphasised that there is no law that compels presiding officers to transmit the accreditation of the polls to the database or backend server of INEC by the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS), as claimed by the appellants.