The Independent Electoral Commission in Nigeria, INEC, has announced that from Friday, July 22, it will begin displaying the names and details of candidates for various positions in the Nigerian constituencies to determine their authenticity.
The INEC administration said that people can go to their constituencies to check the names of the candidates and the information they have provided, if they see the opposite in the information provided by the observers, they can file a case in court to take action.
Hajiya Zainab Aminu Abubakar, an INEC official, told the world that if the public or other candidates see that there is any information given by a candidate that is not true, they can file a case against them. solid evidence for that
She added: “The court has the full right to conduct an investigation on the information provided by the candidate and make the appropriate decision on this and the contest.”
Then she said that the names and details of the candidates in the constituencies will be left until a certain time so that the public can access them.
Hajiya University Zainab Aminu Abubakar also added that so far there are 334 cases that have been filed in different courts across Nigeria, and the cases are related to the primaries held by the parties in the last few months. behind.
The INEC University has said that regarding these cases that have been filed and which will be filed in the future, the door of the electoral commission is open whenever it is requested to go to the court on the Sharia, then it is ready.
She also added that INEC has vowed to continue holding meetings and special sessions with political parties to ensure that all election laws and provisions made by the agency are respected.
The Independent Electoral Commission has given political parties two months to conduct the primary election in order to resolve any conflict that may arise.
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