Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says over 170 polling units results of last month’s Presidential and National Assembly elections have been uploaded on its Result Viewing Portal (IReV).
INEC National Commissioner and Chairman Information Voter Education Committee, Mr. Festus Okoye also said the reconfiguration of the Bimodal Voter Registration Systems (BVAS) would be completed tomorrow ahead of Saturday’s Governorship and State Assembly elections.
Mr. Okoye, who said Nigerians have the constitutional and legal rights to protest, however noted that no political party will be allowed to look into the brain of the BVAS or the biometrics of voters.
He said the court judgement that voters could use their temporary voter cards to vote is not applicable for Nigerians but individuals who went to court.
The INEC Commissioner also blamed political parties for making polling units inaccessible for voters, leading to low turnout at the last polls.