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Nigerians in Diaspora dissatisfied with INEC’s system failure

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Nigerians in Diaspora dissatisfied with INEC’s system failure

The Nigerians in Diaspora Organisation (NiDO) has expressed concern about system failures during the presidential and National Assembly elections on February 25.

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However, the organization praised the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for its commitment to improving in each subsequent election.

NiDO urged the electoral umpire to support Nigerians in the upcoming governorship and state Assembly elections on March 11.

They acknowledged and praised INEC for its efforts to improve the electoral process in their report, titled: United in the Pursuit of National Unity and Development – Report of the 2023 Election Observers Mission of Nigerians in Diaspora (NiDO) Worldwide on the Presidential and National Assembly Elections of February 25, 2023.

Dr. Ezekiel Macham (Chairman, NiDO Americas), Dr. Bashir O. Obasekola (Chairman, NiDO Europe), Dr. Chikelu Kingsman (NiDO Africa), Prof. E. Ejiogu (NiDO Asia), and Gary Linus Unamadu signed the report (NiDO Oceania).

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