INEC seeks collaboration among ECOWAS electoral bodies

The Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission, Prof Mahmood Yakubu, has called for collaboration among West African states on election management.

Yakubu stated this at an event to commemorate the Liberia’s National Election Commission’s workspace for its staff.

On November 14 2023, Liberians voted in the run-off to elect their president for the next six years. After the election, Joseph Boakai became Liberia’s new leader after his rival and sitting President George Weah conceded to mark a peaceful transfer of power in a region that has recently seen many military coups.

Yakubu, in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Rotimi Oyekanmi, on Saturday, expressed heartfelt appreciation to NEC-Liberia for the esteemed honour bestowed upon INEC Nigeria in dedicating the workspace to staff.

“Professor Yakubu underscored the complexity of election management and urged prioritising peer support amid limited resources and escalating election costs,” the statement noted.

The chairperson of NEC Liberia, Davidetta Lansanah, acknowledged the pivotal technical support rendered by INEC Nigeria and Yakubu in establishing the workspace and bolstering the electoral process in Liberia.

(Punch)

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10 INEC directors retire from service across departments

Ten directors in the Independent National Electoral Commission heading different departments have officially retired from service, after attaining the mandatory 60 years of age, or 35 years of service.

Speaking at the send-off for the directors in Abuja on Sunday, INEC National Commissioner, Prof. Mohammed Adams, congratulated them on their retirement.

“As you retire you shouldn’t at any time worry yourself about the past, but the future.

“Don’t think this is the end of the road. This is actually the beginning of another journey in your lives because you are all professionals in your respective fields,” he said.

Adams advised them to use their retirement to engage in meaningful activities that would yield them good income.

He advised people in active service not to be scared of retirement, but to create a niche for themselves in whatever capacity they found themselves.

“We should be happy with whatever position you find yourself; be grateful to God and create a niche for yourself,” he said.

INEC Secretary, Mrs Rose Oriaran-Anthony, commended the retired directors for their hard work and dedication to service.

Oriaran-Anthony, represented by the Director, INEC Secretariat, Mrs Maryam Musa, congratulated them and wished them well in their future endeavours.

The INEC Director of Training, Dr Binta Kasim, encouraged the retirees to use their retirement to engage in whatever they derived pleasure in doing.

“We have a lot of people who still had a lot of achievements after retirement, including the owner of KFC; some others wrote books that fetched them good money,” Kasim said.

Mrs Blessing Obidiegwu, speaking on behalf of the retirees, said they represented the last batch of INEC pioneer staff.

She appreciated the commission for the opportunity given to them to serve.

She advised those in active service to continue to do their best for the commission, while also urging that the gender policy of the commission be sustained.

“I am very happy that the gender struggle I started is moving on. With the number of women I am seeing here as directors, the commission is doing well,” Obidewu said.

Another retiree, Mr Chima Duruaku, commended INEC for the opportunity given to them to make a modest contribution to its development and the electoral process.

He also appreciated the recognition from the commission.

Duruaku advised INEC to continue to build on institutional memories and mechanisms that would ensure that the legacies left behind were not only sustained but also built upon.

He said expertise in election administration in the country resided in the commission and most INEC achievements were homegrown, hence the need to build on those structures to achieve more.

The retirees were Mrs Blessing Obidiegwu – Gender and Inclusivity; Anthony Abarowei – Finance and Accounts; Micah Lakumna – Administration; Alhaji Idris Aminu – Election and Party Monitoring; Olayiwola Oyeniyi – Finance and Accounts; and Chima Duruaku – Planning and Monitoring.

Others were Mr. Leonard Lortsor- Estate, Works and Transport; Ayodele Aluko – Voter Education and Publicity; Samson Lebari – Security; and Mrs Oluwatoyin Babalola – Legal Services and Drafting.

(Punch)

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2023 elections: INEC to mobilise lawyers for 197 offenders’ trial

The Independent National Electoral Commission will this week issue letters to Nigerian Bar Association lawyers to commence the prosecution of offenders arrested during the last general elections in February and March.

A top official of the electoral body told our correspondent on Monday that the issuance of the letter was slightly delayed by the off-cycle governorship elections in Imo, Kogi and Bayelsa states at the weekend.

With the elections over, the official, who preferred anonymity, said the prosecutors should get their letters.

The PUNCH had reported that months after the general elections, INEC had yet to commence the prosecution of the offenders in the 215 case files handed over to it by the police.

The commission announced that it would speedily prosecute the suspects, saying it had secured the partnership of the NBA to nominate lawyers who would prosecute the offenders on pro bono or free of charge.

INEC, however, told our correspondent last week that after analysing the 215 case files it received from the police, it realised that only 197 falls under electoral offences, while the remaining 18 bordered on other crimes, such as murder, which it has no jurisdiction to try.

Giving an update on the issue on Monday, the top INEC official told The PUNCH that the lawyers should have got letters to prosecute the offenders but for Saturday’s off-cycle polls.

He said, “Well, because of the off-cycle elections that took place in the Kogi, Bayelsa and Kogi states, the officer who is supposed to correct some of the letters travelled to one of the states (Imo State).

“Hopefully, the letter will be issued to the lawyers this week.”

When asked if the electoral offenders are on bail or in custody, he noted “I believe they are on bail but they can be brought to their various courts through their respective sureties when the prosecutions commence.”

(Punch)

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Man shot dead for destroying BVAS machine at polling unit in Kogi

Umoru Iduh was reportedly shot dead at the Agala-Ogane polling unit in the Anyigba metropolis in Dekina Local Government Area of Kogi East for destroying the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS) machine.

According to reports, Iduh was gunned down around 10 am while the voting was about to commence at the said polling unit in the area.

According to an eyewitness, the deceased approached the polling unit and forcefully took BVAS and smashed it on the ground in his bid to destroy them and stop voting at the polling unit.

“Umoru emerged suddenly at the polling unit in the morning, took the BVAS and smashed it on the ground. Not satisfied, he stood on it and started jumping on it frequently, for it to scatter to pieces.

“A person, suspected to be a vigilante rushed in from the crowd and fired at him, killing him instantly”, said Abdullahi Danjuma who claimed to be in the polling unit to vote at the time of the incident.

The late Umoru who was said to have indicated his interest in vying for the chairman of Anyigba garage load carrier association is married with two children.

He is said to be the son of a popular youth leader in the town, Alhassan Agolo.

However, voting was said to be ongoing in the said polling unit despite the killing of the incident.

(Tribune)

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Kogi guber: TAF-Africa praises INEC for peaceful conduct, participation of PWDs

TAF Africa, an International INGO, on Saturday commended the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and security operatives for conducting a credible and peaceful Governorship Election in Kogi.

TAF Africa’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mr Jake Epelle, gave the commendation during a news conference in Lokoja on Saturday.

Estelle, who was represented by Me Uche Enyioha, said that the Organisation’s observers across Kogi reported that 80% of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) were allowed to exercise their priority voting rights during the poll.

“TAF Africa is also impressed that even in Imo, 75 per cent of them participated while Bayelsa State recorded 67 per cent participation.

“All these feat was largely due to the Assistive tools such as braille ballot guide, EC30E PWD Posters, and Magnifying Glass reportedly deployed in 77 per cent of the 30 polling units we deployed observers in Kogi.

“They (tools) were deployed at 67% in Bayelsa, while in Imo state, assistive tools were deployed at a percentage of 55 out of the 30 polling units.

“So far, no polling unit with registered persons with disabilities has reported any major case of violence in Kogi, Imo and Bayelsa states.

“On this premise, TAF Africa wishes to appeal to political parties and their supporters to stick to their commitment to a peaceful election and work to prevent their supporters from engaging in violence, ” he said.

The CEO also commended the PWD communities for their show of strength and commitment toward the election, despite the incidences that occurred during the Feb. 25 and March 18 general elections.

“It is necessary to mention that TAF Africa’s initial findings are based on reports from 90 sampled polling units with registered persons with disabilities across the three off-cycle states and analyzed at 1:00 p.m. Saturday.

“TAF Africa will continue to observe the conduct of the gubernatorial and state assembly elections as it affects the participation of persons with disabilities across Nigeria.

Estelle, however, called on security agencies, INEC, stakeholders, political parties, and their ardent supporters to work together to ensure that the election was free, credible and peaceful to foster development.

(NAN)

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Bayelsa guber: Labour Party’s candidate loses polling unit to Gov Diri

Udengs Eradiri, the candidate of the Labour Party, LP, has been defeated at his own Polling Unit by incumbent Governor Douye Diri of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

Diri, who is seeking re-election, won at Unit 05, Ward 10, Yenagoa local government area (LGA).

The final tally showed that Diri garnered 130 votes, while Eradiri managed only eight votes. The candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Timipre Sylva, got 45 votes in the same polling unit.

Diri also claimed victory at the Yindimie Compound Square, Polling Unit 013, Ward 10, Sagbama LGA, with 137 votes. Sylva secured 55 votes in the same location.

It was observed that PDP won at the Amadikurumor Compound Square, Polling Unit 014, Ward 10, with 195 votes, while the APC received 89 votes.

Eradiri garnered only one vote in Unit 014 and failed to secure any votes in Unit 013.

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Guber polls: Tight race in Kogi as Uzodimma, Diri take early lead in Imo, Bayelsa

After Saturday’s governorship elections in Imo, Kogi and Bayelsa states, indications emerged that governors Douye Diri of Bayelsa State and Hope Uzodimma of Imo State were in early lead, as collation of results progressed.

In Bayelsa State, Diri, who is seeking re-election, is the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, while Uzodimma, also seeking re-election, is the candidate of the All Progressives Congress.

However, in Kogi State, gathered that it was a tight race between Usman Ododo of the APC and Muri Ajaka of the Social Democratic Party. The candidate of the PDP, Dino Melaye, is also a major contender in the election.

In addition to findings in the states, the collation of some of the results uploaded on the INEC Result Viewing portal by showed the early performance of the parties.

In Bayelsa State, for example, the computation of votes in 131 random polling units across some local government areas showed that PDP’s Diri already garnered 13, 396 votes, while his closest challenger, APC’s Timipre Sylva, garnered 4,802 votes.

In Imo State, the computation done by our correspondents in 90 polling units, which cuts across different local government areas, showed that APC’s Uzodinma polled 22,113 votes, while the candidate of the PDP, Samuel Anyanwu, and that of the Labour Party, Senator Athan Achonu, garnered 1,452 and 1,658 votes respectively.

In Kogi State, where the exercise is believed to be a three horse race, the calculation done by some of our correspondents across 149 polling units scattered across five local government areas showed that APC’s Adodo scored 21,047 votes, followed by SDP’s Ajaka, with 7,324 votes and PDP’s Melaye with 2,529 votes. Meanwhile, Ajaka was found to have polled massive votes in Kogi East senatorial district, where he hails from.

As of 11:03pm, the IReV portal indicated that in Bayelsa State, 85.29 per cent of the results had been uploaded, as 1,914 polling unit results had been uploaded out of the 2,242 total polling units.

For Imo State, as of 11:18pm, the portal indicated that out of the 4,758 total polling units, 4,287 polling units had been uploaded, representing 90.1 per cent.

For Kogi State, as of 11:20pm, the portal indicated that out of 3,508 polling units, 3,064 polling units had been uploaded, representing 87.34 per cent.

Violence, vote-buying mar polls

Meanwhile, the elections were marred by vote-buying, low voter turnout and pockets of violence, including killing of an individual in Imo State. There were also results of intimidation of voters and snatching of electoral materials.

One killed in Imo

The poll in Imo State was marred by vote-buying, low voter turnout, intimidation of voters and snatching of electoral materials.

A man identified simply as Chidi but popularly known as General was also shot dead on Saturday evening at Amanwozuzu in the Ikeduru Local Government Area of Imo State.

An eyewitness, who pleaded anonymity, told our correspondent, “A man known as Chidi but popularly called General was shot dead this (Saturday) evening in the Amanwozuzu area of Iho in the Ikeduru LG.

“After killing him, they took away his bag. He was shot dead by men in uniform. He was from Umuomumu Mbieri in the Mbaitoli LG of the state. His corpse has been evacuated by some policemen.”

Another source from the community confirmed the killing, saying the deceased was accused of snatching ballot papers.

In various places across the state, people were seen going about without voting. Youths were seen in several places playing football on tarred roads, while intimidation and suppression of voters were also noticed in some areas.

Electoral materials were snatched in places like Orsu, Okigwe, Ideato North and South, Oguta and were diverted to people’s homes.

Correspondents also saw party agents buying votes. At the Owerri municipal council, for example, votes were bought for between N2,000 and N3,000. Part agents were seen paying voters N3,000 at Poling Units 007 and 008 at Adult Education Owerri Municipal.

Also at St Paul’s Primary School Polling Units in Owerri Municipal, some voters got N2,000 each after voting. At Umuodu Community Primary School in Ihihitte-Mbieri ward in the Mabitoli LG, votes were also bought for N2,000.

A Labour Party chieftain, Kingsley Madu, said voters were intimidated and that vote-buying was rife.

The deputy governorship candidate of the LP, Tony Nwulu, claimed that his party was winning with a wide margin before APC members allegedly started moving about with thugs, snatching electoral materials, suppressing voters and buying votes.

But the APC spokesperson in the state, Cajetan Duke, refuted the claim, saying his party didn’t partake in any electoral irregularity.

Also, tension was high at the Orji Town Primary School in Owerri North as vote-buying by party agents nearly marred voting at the centre, which houses units 005, 006 and 007. The exercise was peaceful but for intermittent argument between party agents who seemed hell-bent on swaying voters with cash.

One of the voters, who confirmed that he got N3,000, said he still voted for the candidate of his choice despite collecting the money. “I took their money and still voted for the candidate of my choice,” the voter stated.

Violence in Bayelsa

In Bayelsa State, the election was also marred by violence, intimidation and snatching of ballot boxes in some of the local government areas. The exercise also recorded poor turnout of voters across some polling units in Yenagoa, Kolokuma/Opokuma, Ekeremor, Nembe, Brass, Southern Ijaw, Sagbama and Ogbia LGs.

In Southern Ijaw LG, for instance, armed thugs reportedly stormed Olodiama and Ologbobiri communities and chased away voters and electoral officers at polling units, while voting materials were also hijacked.

A similar incident also occurred at Biseni in Yenagoa, Sagbama, Nembe and Brass LGs.

It was also learnt that there a clash involving the supporters of the governing PDP and the main opposition APC at Famgbe allegedly led to the death of an unidentified person while some others were injured.

Sporadic gunshots were reportedly fired as supporters of both camps attempted to control the accreditation and voting processes early in the day.

“One person was shot dead in the Famgbe community and accreditation has not started,” a resident who preferred anonymity said. “The situation is very tense here. The APC and PDP thugs started shooting to scare loyalists on opposite sides. Both sides are blaming each other for the violence that took place.”

Also, at Agorogbene in Sagbama LG, armed thugs reportedly invaded polling units in the community and snatched ballot boxes as people ran for safety.

Meanwhile, the LP and PDP in the state traded accusations of vote-buying. The governorship candidate of the LP in the state, Udengs Eradiri, alleged that his PDP counterpart, Diri, was inducing voters with money.

But in a swift reaction, the state Commissioner for Special Duties, Sinkumo Ekisah, dismissed the claim, describing it as false alarm.

Imo follows suit

There were also reports of low voter turnout in Imo State.

The PDP candidate, Samuel Anyanwu, who cast his vote at the Central Primary School in Ikeduru at about 10.40am, noted the late arrival of electoral materials, which he boasted would not affect his chances.

However, the late arrival of materials and voter apathy in Orji, Owerri North and Ikeduru and Amaimo local government areas led to late commencement of voting.

Kogi not spared

In Kogi State, there was also low turnout of voters in some parts of the state. In Lokoja LG, it was observed at Polling Unit 073 opposite Kenwon Hotel that despite an expected 314 voters, there were only 65 voters when our correspondent visited.

Also, under a tree by Jane Palace Hotel, Moremi Area, a Polling Unit with 477 voters, just a few persons were seen in the queue.

It was also gathered that there was vote-buying close to Kenwon Hotel Polling Unit 073, as money was given to some electorate after voting.

At the Federal Medical Centre junction Polling Unit 058 in Lokoja with an expected 523 voters, very few voters turned out to cast their votes. Some voters got N3,000 after casting their votes.

However, Sunday PUNCH observed that the Bimodal Voters Accreditation System functioned well in the polling units visited.

An election observer from the Christian Association of Nigeria, Stephen Ojo, commended INEC and the security agencies for the peaceful and timely conduct of the poll.

Diri, Bello win PUs

As the collation of results continued, our correspondents at the polling units of some stakeholders reported their parties’ performance in the exercise.

In Kogi State, at the polling unit of Governor Yahaya Bello, his party, the APC, won with 840 votes, while the PDP and SDP scored zero respectively.

The PDP candidate, Dino, won his polling unit at Iluafon Quarters, Aiyetoro-Gbede, Ijumu LG. He scored 210; while the APC scored 22; ADC, seven; and SDP one vote.

Ajaka, the candidate of the SDP, won his polling unit, Grade 1 Area Court, Ajaka Ward 07 in Igalamela/Odolu LG. He scored 111 votes, the APC, five votes, while PDP and ADC scored zero respectively.

In Bayelsa State, the governor and PDP candidate won in his Kalama-Owei Wari Unit 4 Ward 6, Sampou in Kolokuma/Opokuma with 218 votes, while the APC scored zero. The ADP however scored only one vote.

The votes scored by Sylva and other candidates at their polling units had yet to be confirmed as of press time.

Imo State

In Imo State, the PDP candidate won his polling unit 012, Central Ama Imo, Ikeduru LG, with 122 votes, while the APC scored two votes.

Similarly, the LP candidate won his Umunumo polling unit in Ehime Mbano LG. he polled 197 votes, while APC scored 16 votes.

(Punch)

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Bayelsa guber: INEC deletes Sylva’s name from candidates’ list

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has deleted the names of Timipre Sylva and his running mate, Joshua Maciver, of the All Progressives Congress (APC) from the list of candidates for the forthcoming Bayelsa State gubernatorial election.

INEC on Tuesday released the amended lists of candidates for the Bayelsa and Imo States governorship elections and uploaded the same on the commission’s website.

The list was also signed by the Secretary to the Commission, Rose Oriaran-Anthony.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the column for the names of the APC candidate and his running mate was left blank with “court order” remarks.

The Secretary, Oriaran-Anthony, in the amended document, explained that the commission’s action was in obedience to court orders on the lists served on the commission.

She stated that the commission published the final list of candidates for the 2023 Bayelsa State Governorship Election on June 9 following the provision of Section 32 of the Electoral Act, 2022, and the timetable and schedule of activities for the election.

However, she noted that the commission was served with a court order regarding the nomination of the APC candidate for the Bayelsa State governorship election.

“By virtue of the provision of Section 287 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended), the commission is bound to enforce the orders of the court on the nomination of candidates by political parties in the state.

“The amended list of candidates in respect of the 2023 Bayelsa State governorship election is hereby amended pursuant to the orders of court served on the commission,” Oriaran-Anthony said.

“The amended list of candidates in respect of the 2023 Imo State Governorship election is hereby amended pursuant to the orders of court served on the Commission.”

DAILY POST reports that the Federal High Court, Abuja, on October 10, disqualified Sylva from participating in the state governorship election.

The court ruled that Sylva, having been sworn in twice and ruled for five years as the Bayelsa State governor, would breach the 1999 constitution as amended if allowed to contest again.

The judge also declared that Sylva was not qualified to run in the November poll because if he won and was sworn in, he would spend more than eight years in office as state governor.

(Daily Post)

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IRev: There won’t be glitches in result upload for Bayelsa, Imo, Kogi polls – INEC

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has stated that there will be no glitches in the upload of results for the Bayelsa, Imo, and Kogi elections on the INEC Result Viewing Portal (IReV).

Recall that the upload of results was a major issue in the 2023 elections, which INEC attributed to technical difficulties.

INEC’s Chief Press Secretary, Rotimi Oyekanmi, made this known in an interview on Channels Television’s Politics Today on Friday.

His words: “We have been using the IReV for all governorship elections, but it [2023] was the first time we deployed it for the general election setting. Well, we had a glitch for some hours, and we fixed it. But I can assure you that this time around we are not going to have glitches.

“I can affirm that those technical issues have been resolved. Last week, we undertook the mock accreditation, and one of the reasons we did that was to test run these technology gadgets we were going to use, and it was successful,” he said.

Oyekanmi also stated that there could be technology downtime at any point, but noted that the body has learnt lessons from the conduct of the 2023 general elections.

“Technology can throw up challenges, but by and large, we have learned our lessons from the 2023 general elections.”

He also clarified that what INEC does with the IRev portal is uploading and not transmission of results.

“We are not transmitting; we are uploading,” he said, noting that there are differences between transmitting and uploading.

“All we are doing is that we are taking a picture of the polling unit results and uploading same to the portal.” 

(Vanguard)

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Kogi guber: INEC to conduct mock accreditation today

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has slated Saturday, October 14, 2023, for mock accreditation of voters in preparation for the November 11 governorship election in the state.

INEC national chairman Prof Mahmud Yakubu disclosed this at the Kogi INEC Headquarters in Lokoja during the official publication and presentation of the register of voters to the 18 participating political parties in the upcoming governorship election.

Yakubu, who was represented by a national commissioner, Prof Sani Adam (SAN), said that the exercise would take place in only nine polling units, three each from the three senatorial districts of the state.

The chairman announced that similar excise shall simultaneously take place in Bayelsa and Imo states, whose governorship elections shall also be held on November 11.

He called on the residents and voters in the selected polling units to come out en masse to participate in the exercise, which he described as a litmus test for the real election.

According to him, the commission is well prepared for the governorship poll. He appealed to politicians and the electorate to abide by the rules of the game for a peaceful, credible, and successful conduct of the election.

“We have all it takes in terms of staff and logistics, as well as the necessary security support by security operatives, to conduct a peaceful and successful election in Kogi.

“As a commission, we expect everyone to eschew any form of violence or crisis to help usher in a leader that will pilot the affairs of the state after Jan. 26 for the desired growth and development,” he advised.

Yakubu spoke about the imperative of the publication and presentation of the voter register to the 18 political parties.

He said that the total number of registered voters in Kogi for the election is 1,932,654, among them 953,941 males.

“A copy of the register of voters in PDF will be issued to all the political parties contesting the election. The commission will deploy the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS) in all the 3,508 polling units in Kogi for the election.

“Already, we have trained technical support staff that will be deployed to all the registration areas and the local government areas to provide technical support for BVAS,” he said.

(Daily Post)

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