- Nigerian Senate will today July 26 use an electronic voting system
- The senators will be using the new model to vote on constitutional review
- Senators will be required to vote according to the wishes of their constituents
The Nigerian Senate will today Wednesday July 26 vote on constitution review with the use of electronic voting.
According to the Senate president, Bukola Saraki, senators will be required to vote according to the dictate of their constituents.
The Senate president also hinted that the voting will be issue free because it's up for public review.
Bukola Saraki made this known in recent tweets.
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NAIJ.com had earlier reported that Kaduna state indicated its readiness to conduct 2019 election with electronic voting system. The state governor, Nasir El Rufai, made this known on Monday July 10.
He said: "Today, we plan to consider two presentations - on electronic voting for the forthcoming LG Elections and Primary Healthcare Delivery Plan, as well as treat 14 memoranda and notes. The presentation on LG elections included demonstration of voting by four members of the Council."
In the NAIJ.com video below, the young man laments about the corruption and dishonesty of Nigerian political leaders. He said a mas burial should be held for Nigerian leaders.