INEC identifies 2.7 million unqualified registered voters in Northern Nigeria
Inec has been forced to react to the usual northern practices,where underaged children are involved in the voting system, In order to have their Prefered candidate win of get a higher number of vote.
Over the years, Kano State had been identified as a state with an impressive number of voters. This has given the rest of the country a reason to assume that this state is indeed a state with one of the highest number of voters.
They have kept the charades on and going as the evidence always came out after elections, making it too late for livid Nigerians to say and Act on it , until this year where a video was fortunately made it available even before the election year, and Nigerians pulled INEC by the forearm, to do something about it.
They, the INEC staff were the ones who ok registered these little children, claiming they are up to the voting age. There used to be no need to for this hassle, as the real deal occurred on the election day, where the fake votes would pour in and boost their preferred candidate, but with this now going on, it is because of the online voting system that has been introduced, so these guys literally need a human to be approved by the machine, whether young or old.
Inec ins coming back with the claim that they have no idea this was happening. Now they have been called out by the Livid Southern Nigerians, and INEC is telling you that they have looked into the complaint, and found the accusation to be true, as 2,780,756 ineligible/unqualified registration back in Kano State.
But how about other northern states? It is still the same? Could it be that they can only talk about the states that Nigerians have caught. But what is the next step from this now?
According to Punch, BREAKING: INEC has identified 2,780,756 ineligible registrants in Kano State.The new Resident Electoral Commissioner in Kano, Zango Abdu said the preliminary register of voters in Kano State currently stands at 5,927,565.