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Monday, December 11, 2017

Nigerian Election


INEC Registered 6.1 Million Under-Aged Votered To Please The North.

Although this is already in public domain, over 6.1 Million under-aged voters were deliberately registered in 10 Northern states by the embattled INEC chairman, Prof Attahiru Jega to please the Northern politicians that mounted pressure on him after the 2011 election.

In contrast, INEC used strict rules in the South to ensure that kids were not registered for the 2015 election and turned blind eyes as Children were paid a token to go and register.
Whatever the issue may be, have anyone had the dubious INEC chairman addressing the issue of these intentionally registered 6.1million kid voters and his efforts to expunge them off INEC list?

After August 2014 meeting between Northern elders and Jega proxy’s INEC officials and Northern elders, APC’s relationship with INEC changed.

INEC under the leadership of Jega abused his office in every facet and to ensure that a President of Northern extraction will be fraudulently elected. As agreed with Northern elders, Jega started his magics and undermining every electoral process to achieve their aim.

**INEC woke up the following and announced their intention to create 30,000 new polling units (PU), with 21,600 allocated to the North.
**INEC promised Buhari’s aides that Ad Hoc staff to be used in the North will be predominantly APC members, especially areas NYSC members refused to be engaged.
**The promise to register 6.1Million under age voter in states like Kano, Katsina, Bauchi, Niger, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Nassarawa, Borno and Yobe was enough to kick-start the romance between Buhari and INEC.
**Buhari and co were promised that in some states in the North, Indelible inks will not be used.
**INEC refusal to test PVC CARD READERS in all nearly 120,000 polling Units in the country, Rather INEC want to disenfranchise some people on the excuse that the Card reader is not working.

THIS WHY BUHARI AND APC HAVE BEEN FIGHTING FOR INEC LATELY, EVEN WHEN HIS TENURE HAS EXPIRED

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