"INEC Inputting Wrong Figures on Server": PDP Campaign Council Alleges

"INEC Inputting Wrong Figures on Server": PDP Campaign Council Alleges

  • The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has been accused of loading the wrong data in the commission's backend server
  • The allegation was levelled against the electoral body by a former lawmaker for Kogi state, Dino Melaye
  • Melaye vowed that the Peoples Democratic Party would stop at nothing to ensure that the illegal actions by INEC are exposed

The Presidential Campaign Council (PCC) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has accused the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of inputting incorrect data while transferring the results of the 2023 presidential election to their server.

PDP's PCC spokesperson, Dino Melaye, said the party would expose any wrong or illegal activity of INEC concerning the transfer of data from the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System to the commission's backend server.

Dino Melaye, PDP, INEC, BVAS, Backend server, 2023 presidential election
Melaye has alleged that INEC is inputting incorrect data in the commission's backend server. Photo: Senator Dino Melaye
Source: Twitter

In a tweet posted at 2:22 pm on Monday, March 13, Melaye said the PDP, its leadership and its members would shock INEC and its Information Communication Technology department.

Jail loading for INEC officials

The former Kogi state lawmaker also threatened officials of the electoral body with jail terms over the conduct of the past Saturday, February 25, elections.

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Melaye tweeted:

“INEC is doing the wrong thing, wrong imputation going on. We will expose any wrong imputation and figures changing as upload and backend transfer is going on. We will shock INEC and the ICT department.
"Jail loading for many."

23 CSOs hail Military, Police over historic 2023 presidential, NASS elections

Meanwhile, the Nigerian Armed Forces and the police have been commended for their efforts and professionalism in the 2023 presidential and National Elections.

A network of 23 civil society organisations handed the commendation to the security agencies.

According to the organisations, the past election will go down in history as one of the most keenly contested elections in the democratic experience in Nigeria.

Peter Obi cancels all guber campaign trips, announces plan to appear in court on Wednesday, March 8

In other news, Peter Obi announced that he will be in court today with his lawyers for the 2023 presidential election tribunal ruling.

The court is expected to rule on the request by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to reconfigure the BVAS.

Obi also announced the cancellation of his previous plans to travel to various states to continue the 2023 governorship election campaign.

Source: Legit.ng

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