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  •  The Independent National Electoral Commission INEC will scrupulously apply laws particularly the Electoral Act 2022 without fear or favour to ensure free fair credible inclusive and transparent elections in 2023 The INEC Chairman Prof Mahmood Yakubu made this known on Wednesday in Abuja at the 4th Memorial Lecture in honour of Late Director General of The Electoral Institute TEI Prof Abubakar Momoh who who died on May 29 2017 Yakubu was represented by Prof Abdullahi Zuru National Commissioner and Chairman Board of Electoral Institute Yakubu assured Nigerians that INEC has no preferred party or candidate but shall only ensure that all valid votes count and the winners are decided solely by the voters The chairman said that as the 2023 general elections draws near it was imperative for all stakeholders especially the political parties to note the major features introduced by the new Electoral Act 2022 He also advised party leaders to note the possible implications of these changes on the upcoming elections saying the happenings that accompanied the recent party primaries attest to this These changes include amongst others the conduct of early party primaries by political parties technological changes in the electoral process The Commission s power to review the decision of the returning officer and overvoting based on the number of accr NewsSourceCredit NAN
    2023: INEC will scrupulously apply electoral laws without fear, favour – Yakubu
     The Independent National Electoral Commission INEC will scrupulously apply laws particularly the Electoral Act 2022 without fear or favour to ensure free fair credible inclusive and transparent elections in 2023 The INEC Chairman Prof Mahmood Yakubu made this known on Wednesday in Abuja at the 4th Memorial Lecture in honour of Late Director General of The Electoral Institute TEI Prof Abubakar Momoh who who died on May 29 2017 Yakubu was represented by Prof Abdullahi Zuru National Commissioner and Chairman Board of Electoral Institute Yakubu assured Nigerians that INEC has no preferred party or candidate but shall only ensure that all valid votes count and the winners are decided solely by the voters The chairman said that as the 2023 general elections draws near it was imperative for all stakeholders especially the political parties to note the major features introduced by the new Electoral Act 2022 He also advised party leaders to note the possible implications of these changes on the upcoming elections saying the happenings that accompanied the recent party primaries attest to this These changes include amongst others the conduct of early party primaries by political parties technological changes in the electoral process The Commission s power to review the decision of the returning officer and overvoting based on the number of accr NewsSourceCredit NAN
    2023: INEC will scrupulously apply electoral laws without fear, favour – Yakubu
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    2023: INEC will scrupulously apply electoral laws without fear, favour – Yakubu

    The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will scrupulously apply laws , particularly the Electoral Act, 2022 without fear or favour to ensure free, fair, credible, inclusive and transparent elections in 2023. The INEC Chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, made this known on Wednesday in Abuja, at the 4th Memorial Lecture in honour of Late Director-General of The Electoral Institute (TEI), Prof. Abubakar Momoh, who who died on May 29, 2017. Yakubu was represented by Prof. Abdullahi Zuru, National Commissioner and Chairman, Board of Electoral Institute.

    Yakubu assured Nigerians that INEC has no preferred party or candidate, but shall only ensure that all valid votes count and the winners are decided solely by the voters.

    The chairman said that as the 2023 general elections draws near, it was imperative for all stakeholders especially the political parties to note the major features introduced by the new Electoral Act 2022. He also advised party leaders to note the possible implications of these changes on the upcoming elections, saying the happenings that accompanied the recent party primaries attest to this.

    “These changes include amongst others, the conduct of early party primaries by political parties, technological changes in the electoral process; “The Commission’s power to review the decision of the returning officer and overvoting based on the number of accr
    NewsSourceCredit: NAN