INEC: Most Political Parties Applied Logical Strategies

(NAN)The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said that the huge number of ideological groups that partook in the 2019 general decisions made a great deal of coordinations issue.

Malam Mohammed Haruna, the National Commissioner responsible for Kwara, Kogi and Nasarawa States, said this in Ilorin while talking with writers.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that INEC composed a workshop in Kwara to survey the 2019 general decisions.

As indicated by the National Commissioner, there were 799 cases from the 2019 general races the nation over.

He said that Jigawa had no appeal from the decision, Kwara had just three petitions and that Imo bested the rundown with 77 petitions.

Haruna said that there were more than 800 cases the nation over that emerged from ideological groups' essential decisions up until now.

"So you can see that with these sorts of issues we had, there is extremely a need to take a gander at the quantity of ideological groups.

"We truly need to take care of the 91 ideological groups, not simply the amount which as a rule the open have started to grumble that 93 ideological groups are on the high side," he included.

He noticed that 73 ideological groups challenged for the Presidential race, including this was the wellspring of the genuine coordinations issue that the commission had.

"We belittled the sort of calculated issue that inferred the size of the ticket papers, result sheets, etc.

"When these materials began arriving, we understand that it was a colossal calculated issue.

"We are fortunate, we had the Nigerian Air Force to help with the development of the materials, they have dependably been helping us," Haruna said.

The official said the Electoral Act and the Constitution must be assessed to check the expanding number of ideological groups.

As indicated by him, the Constitution and the Electoral Act made it simple for anyone to enlist an ideological group once the individual has an office in Abuja and its official officers that mirrored the Federal Character.

Haruna said that the workshop was to audit the 2019 general decision to perceive what turned out badly, and how to ensure that comparative mix-ups are not rehashed in future races.

He said the audit would assist the commission with doing better during off-season decisions coming up in Bayelsa and Kogi later in the year.

In his comment, the Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) in Kwara, Malam Garba Attahiru-Madami, said the workshop was for the most part to audit the exercises of the last race and proffer answers for recognized failures.

Madami, who was spoken to by the Administrative Secretary, Mr Martins Borris Chiroma, exhorted members to contribute definitively to the sessions.

"We need to get contributions from you that will help INEC to beat difficulties recognized during the last broad decisions," he said.

NAN reports that the workshop was gone to by Electoral Officers, Assistant Electoral Officers (AEO) responsible for Operations and RAC from the 16 neighborhood government territories of the state.

The Presiding/Returning/Collation officers that partook in the 2019 decisions in the state went to the workshop.

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