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This is a huge leap, but does anyone out there have the name of a company that manufactures the BiModal Voter Accreditation System #BVAS that #INEC uses for #IReV in #Nigeria elections? All I've found is "tech startups" helped modernize

#NigeriaDecides2023 #INECElectionResult
for those extremely confused, Nigeria used a new vote reporting system and had bad reporting delays. Not the main point of my piece but weird I can't find a manufacturer for the biometric system, governments rarely make such things in house. It should be a contractor.
for the record, I have no reason to think anything nefarious went on, it's just strange I can't find the name of the contractor, and will otherwise be publishing that I couldn't discover who made them [its only a minor component of my story]
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As The Wailings For The Next 4Yrs May Just Have Begun From The Camps Of The Atikulated & Obidients
I Hope Those Who Fantasized & Had Romantic Notions Of An Incoming Atiku Presidency Or An Impossible PO Presidency Would Have Finally Learned A Lifelong Lesson
None Is Coming!
Elections Are Not Child's Play
It's Not A Game Played As A Dubai Tourist
It's Not A Game Of Quoting Fake Data, Fake Figures ,
Playing Out A Con-Artist Charm Of Deceptive Empathy
Lying About Achievements & Positing As Intelligent When You Are Actually Not Nor Even Close
It's No Religious Event Nor Congress
It's Not A Crowd Cheering Contest Of Religious Adherents Gathered At The Dunamis Dome,Winners Chapel ,RCCG Congress ,The Experience @ TBS & Certainly Not A Hymn Recital Of Gathered Faithful At Any Catholic Papal Ground
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Letter to President Mohammed Buhari @MBuhari

Dear President Buhari,

I am writing to you to express my concern about the upcoming elections in our country. As a citizen, I strongly believe that every person has the right to participate in the electoral process and

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have their voice heard. However, it is only possible if the elections are conducted in a free and fair manner. I understand that as the leader of our nation, you have the responsibility to ensure that the upcoming elections are conducted in a transparent and fair manner. It is
essential to uphold the integrity of the election process, which is the cornerstone of any democratic society.

As you know, Nigeria has a long history of election-related violence and rigging. This has undermined the credibility of our democracy and eroded the trust of our
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Hilo 1/14. #Corrupción. #Panamá. Encuesta internacional (no Panamá). A la pregunta qué cambio es el más importante para el futuro de su país? La respuesta es: menos corrupción. Lo es mayormente para la clase media. Image
2/14 ¿Por qué es más importante para clase media que exista menos #corrupción? Una hipótesis: Image
3/14 Sin una perspectiva histórica, sociológica, antropológica y religiosa es difícil entender e intentar solucionar el problema de la #corrupción. No es tema de leyes. Image
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Two men were governors, Asiwaju Bola TINUBU in Lagos State and
Peter Obi in Anambra . Towards the end of their second term, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu in Lagos sent his retirement bill and got his House of Assembly to approve what you see below as his yearly pension.
1. 300% annual salary as severance package as approved by RMAFAC.
2. 100% of annual basic salary of incumbent gov as salary for LIFE even after leaving office.
3. Six new cars every 3 years
4. A new house in Lagos, minimum 5 bedroom
5. A new house in Abuja or any other
location, minimum 5 bedroom.
6. Free medical care for him and members of his family for life.
7. Entitled to cooks, stewards, Gardners, and domestic staffs, all pensionable.
8. 300% of his annual basic salary as governor every 2 years as furniture allowance
9. 100% of annual
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10 puntos para entender la #ReformaElectoral propuesta por el Ejecutivo Federal:

1) No desaparece el @INEMexico, solo cambia de nombre a #INEC (Instituto Nacional Electoral y de Consultas) y seguirá siendo un órgano autónomo.
2) Reducir el número de diputados, de 500 a 300.
3) Reducir el número de senadores, de 128 a 96.
4) Los consejeros del #INEC y magistrados del #TEPJF serán propuestos por los tres Poderes de la Unión y elegidos por medio de voto popular en elecciones abiertas.
5) Reducir de 11 a siete el número de consejeros del #INEC.
6) Financiamiento público a partidos políticos sólo para campañas electorales.
7) Reducir a 30 minutos diarios de propaganda política en radio y televisión.
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When we say @inecnigeria seems committed to rigging #NigeriaDecides2023 to order, some party political ppl raise hackles. So, let me try & show what is happening in Imo State, using #SupremeCourtGovernor, @HopeUzodinma's Oru East LGA. Pls stay with me…
Oru East LGA has 10 wards. @inecnigeria created 59 PUs in Oru East. 27 are in 9 wards. 32 new PUs are in the Omuma Ward alone. Guess where @Govhopeuzodinma comes from? Omuma Ward of course
Awo Omama is the biggest community in Oru East. It has 4 wards. @inecnigeria created only 13 new PUs in all of Awo Omamma's 4 wards
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I've seen many people try to downplay the likelihood of Obi winning the election in 2023. Their justifications are frequently centered on the fact that "voters" aren't on social media. I did some digging and I here's what I discovered


(This is my personal take)
First, let’s break down the 2019 elections.
Total number of registered voters: 82,344,107
Number of total votes: 28,614,190
The winner (APC) had 15,191,847. (Less than 20% of total). Despite the billions spent on their campaign, the party's "popularity" and
the ever-mentioned "Jagaban" influence.

Many of the voters are presumably "northerners, offline crowds, etc," accounting for less than a quarter of all registered voters.

The majority of non-voters are presumably "uninterested youths" who have
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1. The Budget process goes through 14 Stages.

2. While there are 3 Arms, Nigeria's budget process is the exclusive responsibility of both The Executive and the Legislative Arms.
3. The Fiscal Responsibilities Act 2007 is one of the Legal Frameworks guiding the content and presentation of the Budget.

4. The Budget is made of 4 Components;
(a) Statutory Transfers
(b) Debt Service - Domestic & Foreign
(c) Recurrent Expenditure
(d) Capital Expenditure
5. Elements in the Statutory Transfers are first line Charge. They are:

6. Debt Services are for servicing both domestic and foreign loans the Govt takes to complement its revenues in order to meet up with the budget.
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In this thread is my legal analysis on e-collation & e-transmission done in the last polls. INEC cannot deny @atiku the mandate freely given him by Nigerians. THREAD!
@SpokesManAtiku @benmurraybruce @renoomokri
#nigeriadecide2019: The Legality of e-Collation and e-Transmission of Results.

By: @kadetumi

In exercise of the powers conferred by the Constitution of the Federal
Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as amended) in Paragraph 15(a) and (j), Part 1 of the Third Schedule..
and Section 73 of the Electoral Act 2010 (as
amended), to organise, undertake, supervise elections into specified positions, #INEC prepared and submitted to the president budget estimates for the conduct of the #nigeriadecide2019 ...
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Zamfara in the last 7 days recorded less bloodshed compared to the previous week, but the rate of abductions of persons remains the same. There's however, something to worry about: an emerging evidence of the presence of Ansaru in #Zamfara,
operating across the states in North West #Nigeria right into the border with Niger Republic. #Ansaru is a sect, a breakaway faction of #BokoHaram in 2012. The were responsible for the prison break in Abuja in 2012.
So far, several armed bandits and cattle rustlers are being proselytized into the fold of the Jihadis while erring armed bandits are systematically being taken out by the #Ansaru elements. The Northwest may likely be the new jihadi battle ground in #Nigeria like the Northeast.
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