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Bayelsa political decision: INEC won't transmit gov survey results electronically – REC


The Independent National Electoral Commission, on Wednesday, said it was not mulling over the electronic transmission of results in the Bayelsa State governorship political decision. 

INEC's Resident Electoral Commissioner responsible for the state, Mr Monday Udoh, expressed this while reacting to an inquiry during a public interview in Yenagoa, the state capital. 

Udoh stated, "There is no server in Bayelsa State. Do I have a server here (in INEC office)? Along these lines, I don't have a server to transmit results to." 

The REC said deciding on political race day would be done physically and consequences of the activity couldn't in this way be transmitted electronically. 

Udoh, who was flanked by his Adamawa and Delta state partners, Kazeem Kaigama and Cyril Omorogbe, additionally expressed that INEC would not disagree with those creation false charges against his individual and the commission's office in the state in front of the political race. 

He was responding to claims by the state Peoples Democratic Party's battle association that he was scheming with the resistance All Progressives Congress to fix the survey. 


The REC demanded that the commission stayed concentrated on accomplishing its command of "leading free, reasonable and valid races." He stated, "We will not be occupied by specialists of phony news and deception being sold about my unassuming self and INEC in Bayelsa State. 

"Political decision is a challenge of win or lose. We are exhorting anybody that successes to be unselfish in triumph and the failure to be chivalrous tragically."

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