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INEC has yet to confirm its BVAS-related capabilities — TINUBU

According to Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, the Independent National Electronic Commission (INEC) has not yet provided Nigerians with assurances regarding the viability of the Bimodal Voter Acreditation System (BVAS).

It came just a few days after Senator Abdullahi Adamu, the party’s National Chairman, expressed concern regarding the BVAS deployment planned for the general elections next year.

Additionally, Tinubu mocked those who criticized his educational credentials for wasting resources on a wild goose chase in his response.

He stated that he was born on March 29, 1952, and that he has never disowned his biological father when he spoke yesterday at Chatham House in London.

This occurred while some Nigerians in London staged a #HarassTinubuOutofLondon protest at the location of the meeting, which was being moderated by Alex Vines, Director, Africa Programmes at the Royal Institute of International Affairs.

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The Atiku/Okowa Presidential Campaign Organization, on the other hand, has branded Tinubu’s outing at Chatham House as shameful.

In a speech delivered at Chatham House, Tinubu stated, “INEC yet to assure us.” We are still gaining faith in our voting and democratic systems. Before we introduce a complicated component of ballot counting, INEC has yet to reassure us during this election that electronic transmission, the technology used for accreditation, and the total vote count are reliable, dependable, and assuring to our democratic process.

It should be recalled that APC National Chairman Senator Abdullahi Adamu had stated the following during a meeting with the Commonwealth Election Observation Mission’s pre-election delegation last month in Abuja: Since we are taking a significant step toward transmitting election results in real time, we are concerned about our readiness to implement some of these transmission technologies.

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Tinubu stated that during his time at Chicago State University, he now possesses his original certificate.

Sagir Iyali, an APC member from Kano State, asked the Chief John Odigie-Oyegun President Screening Committee of the party to disqualify Tinubu during the screening of APC presidential candidates in a petition dated May 17, 2022, claiming that Tinubu had submitted allegedly false documents to the INEC in 1998.

Iyali stated that Tinubu is over the age limit to run for president and that, despite the fact that his age is unknown, his identity is also kept a secret.

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Tinubu, who promised to change the almajiri system, build more schools, hire and train teachers, and address other issues in education, surprised his audience when he asked some of his supporters to respond to questions.

Arise Television provided a live stream of the event.

“Why I don’t do live interviews”: Tinubu explained why he didn’t do live interviews: I see myself as someone who can be sold. I said no because they want to use me to make money.

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