Datti Baba-Ahmed Reacts As Court Orders INEC To Transmit Saturday’s Poll Results Electronically

Nigerian businessman and politician Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed was a member of the House of Representatives from 2003 to 2007 and served as senator for Kaduna North from 2011 to 2012.

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He is a member of the Labour Party and he competed as Peter Obi’s running mate in the 2023 presidential election.

Datti Baba-Ahmed responds to the court’s ruling for INEC to electronically transmit the results of Saturday’s election. Datti stated that they were powerless. Think again if you still believe that the ObiDatti campaign is a joke.

People in Nigeria have responded to this message. These are just a few of the responses from the populace.

Victor said, “The suffering of Nigerians is sufficient.” In my opinion, voting for trustworthy leaders means choosing a ruler with the ability to enhance the quality of life for their people. “Finding trustworthy leaders shouldn’t be a source of fear.”

Dear esteemed readers, What are your opinions concerning this? This is the link to the tweet.

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  1. The Court judgement confirms there was never any BVAS glitches as INEC  had claimed in d recent last election. If there was any glitches, how and when did INEC fix it, and why didn’t INEC argue d glitches problem in court but instead argued of court having no jurisdiction or even incompetent over d matter? What if d glitches occur again, how will INEC explain it if it didn’t explain d previous one? INEC is a thief bcus it takes a court to force it to follow its own guidelines like a cheat! Fools!
    Yes, INEC is a crook lacking trust and hence out of control, bcus even in basic quality control analysis we use tools or instruments to bring a process that has obviously gone out of control, and is that not what has been done on INEC with d court injunctions on INEC to stick to its trust or quality control guidelines? In fact my own view is that d court should have fined INEC punitively for all d damages it cost in d recent last election on phantom glitches that never was.

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