Electorates fault newly introduced BVR Machine

Electorates fault newly introduced BVR Machine

Electorates at Kuje Central primary with three different Polling Units, 001, 002 and 017 says the newly introduced machine by INEC has result in delay of accreditation and Voting.

From a cross section interview gathered by Voice of Nigeria, at a polling unit in Kuje, with over  6663 expressed the view of the people who said they have stayed on the queue since 9am without being accredited as at time of filling in this report.






Also a voter, Salami Abdulrasheed said: “we are tired and hungry as a result of the faulty Machine.

He further said that the machine has been breaking down and voters are being rejected while thumb printing.

“I call on INEC to deploy more from the polling units where the voters are just 2 and 3 people to capture voters,” Salami added.

However, the Kuje INEC resident electoral Commissioner, Dr.

Chukwuemeka Chukwu, assured the voter that INEC will make out time to make sure all who has come out en-mass to exercise their civil rights.

He added that the Commission has achieve 90 percent of the electoral process in Kuje Area council.

“In kuje there has been no challenges so for and there is room for  INEC to improve on its mandate in preparation for other coming electoral process in the country.

The polling units with over 6663 registered votes in Kuje central primary.

Electorates fault newly introduced BVR Machine

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