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2019 Election Programmed To Be Rigged At INEC Collation Portal – Group



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– Says Location, Time And Date Of Results Removed From Collation Portal

A group of civil society organizations has accused the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC of tampering with the e-collation portal to allow the easy rigging of elections conducted by the commission.

The group at a press conference in Abuja on Thursday specifically alleged that the portal was tampered in order to remove, time, location and date of collation of results.

The national coordinator of Concerned Nigerians, Deji Adeyanju who addressed the press in Abuja on Thursday also alleged that a national commission and also a niece of President Muhammadu Buhari should be denied access to the portal.

He alleged that his group had information from its” sources within INEC that the E-Collation portal of the Commission has been tampered with as it no longer shows location, time and date of collation of results.”

“Concerned Nigerians want to use this medium to call the attention of Nigerians and the International Community to fresh attempts by some individuals at the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to electronically rig the 2019 General Elections.”

“However, we wish to bring to the notice of Nigerians and the international community of a deliberate plot to electronically manipulate the outcome of the 2019 elections by some agents of the APC led Government as exemplified in the recently concluded Osun elections. We are worried that the INEC Chairman will agree to meet with the Chief of Staff to the president, one of those working tirelessly to rig the 2019 elections.”

“We have been reliable informed by our sources within INEC that the E-Collation portal of the Commission has been tampered with as it no longer shows location, time and date of collation of results.

“The E-Collation process remains the most potent way to end rigging of election results in the country. The validity of results of the 2019 elections will be tied to the credibility of the E-Collation portal especially the imputing of results real-time from polling Uniàe, date and location where results are entered from; it means the outcome of the elections will not be credible. The implication of this is that, anyone can enter results from any location, at anytime and on any date,” he further said.

“Another issue of concern is the unrestricted access to the E-Collation portal given to the 12 National Commissioners. We know for a fact that the correct system at INEC is that the commission shared the E-Collation portal 3 states per commissioner.

“This was how Amina Zakari was able to view election result collation in real-time and divulge same to her accomplices in APC to help ensure that the Osun State Guber election was inconclusive.”

“We are worried that if unlimited access is given to the 12 National Commissioners to view E-Collation of results as currently obtained, they will compromise the 2019 elections since many of them are APC sympathizers. We want a process were only the National Chairman will be able to view the E-Collation of results on the INEC portal on Election Day to prevent manipulation of the 2019 elections,”he further said.

“It is noteworthy that INEC has indirectly acknowledged that Amina Zakari has been one of the stumbling blocks of the wheels of progress of the commission as evident in her redeployment to its department on Health and Welfare but she still has unlimited access to E-Collation portal of three states in the country and can cause maximum damage to our electoral system in the country.

“We call on INEC to review the existing structure of its election management team by redeploying Mr A.T Yusuf, the current Director of Operation who continues to work with Amina Zakari on strategies to manipulate the election outcome in 2019. Both individuals are working closely with the Chief if Staff to the President and other members of President Buhari’s cabinet members.

“Based on the foregoing, we call on INEC to restore the former E-Collation system and ensure all electronically collated results on their portal reflect time of input of result, location and date.

“Nigerians are in dire need of qualitative leadership at all levels, hence, INEC must ensure that the process is credible, free and fair. We equally call on the Nigerian people to be vigilant in the days, weeks and months ahead.”


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