Election Reforms: Several Countries Move Towards Transparent Balloting

Election Reforms: Several Countries Move Towards Transparent Balloting

The Ayamelum Constituency representative in the Anambra state House of Assembly, Udemezue Bernard Abuchi, was barred from entering the Assembly complex.

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The reason cited was his mode of transportation: a tricycle often referred to as “Keke.”

Abuchi’s Reaction Captured Online

A trending video on the internet showcased Abuchi’s vocal displeasure over the decision to block his entry to the Assembly complex.

He loudly emphasized that he hadn’t been given a car yet.

Concurrently, a few women in the video commented that senators would be receiving cars soon, but tricycles were not permitted within the premises.

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Social Media Reactions

The video stirred a variety of responses from the online community:

– 9jasingles_patner: “That is how it is done, one has to use any means to go work first before they give him a car.”

– ada_thefirst: “And see them shouting “very soon”.

As in it has become a norm now.

Use our taxes to buy them cars because we don’t like to see them in keke.”

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– themeatvilla: “But, they would have granted him access on self Recognition.”

– china_boi: “Look at the State assembly access road?? Wooow.

This country too funny.”

– adeseguntofunmi: “I love what he said is but what I have, I will use.”

– dimeji_tom: “Wahala be like for common house of assembly, grassroots.”

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– heiskalu: “Ndị Igbo and too much English.”

– reallexy: “Na wa o… mk una leave am na.”

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