We Transmitted All Election Results to INEC Server - Presiding Officers Tell Court

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Some presiding officers in Borno and Yobe states say they transmitted results of the February 23 presidential election to the server of the INEC.

The APC had tackled Atiku, presidential candidate of the PDP over his claim that results from INEC server showed that he won the election.

INEC also dismissed Atiku’s claim, saying the results he paraded were fabricated.

Atiku and the PDP had said INEC pulled down the results from its server and replaced it with a doctored one to favour President Buhari.

In their witness statement of oath, the presiding officers, about 13 of them, said INEC had during their training, instructed them on how to electronically transmit the results to its server. “I took part in the conduct of the Presidential and National Assembly elections of 23rd Feb., 2019 where I served as the Presiding Officer (PO) and I ensured the use of the Smart Card Reader for accreditation, verification, authentication, collation and transmission of votes in my polling unit,” one of the presiding officers said. “At the end of voting, the information on the Smart Card Reader with the results inclusive, were collated by me in the presence of the party agents and other ad-hoc staff of the 1st Respondent after which my Assistant Presiding Officer (AP0-1) transmitted the result electronically in my presence to the 1st Respondent’s server, using the Smart Card Reader and the code provided by the 1st Respondent.”

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