The CDD instructs INEC to upload the results to the visualization portal in a timely manner
the Center for Democracy and Development (CDD) urged the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to ensure efficient and timely uploading of polling station results to its results visualization portal (IREV).
CDD director Idayat Hassan made the call in a statement on Saturday.
Ms. Hassan noted that when election results are uploaded to the Election Arbitrator Portal in time, it would enhance transparency, credibility and trust in the process.
She also called on security agencies to show neutrality in creating an environment conducive to fair competition for all competitors in the race.
Recalling the gubernatorial election of Anambra where the security agencies received huge congratulations from all, the director instructed the on-duty security officers to be honest in their dealings before, during and after voting.
She said the organization had deployed observers to the six regional councils to monitor the poll and ensure an improved and quality election.
According to her, observers help build public confidence in the honesty of electoral processes.
Ms. Hassan said the CDD has also unveiled an Electoral Analysis Center (EAC) for the FCT poll to provide accurate and real-time analysis of events in the run-up to the polls, on election day and in the post-election period. campaign in a more captivating, rewarding and systematic way.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that 478 candidates from 14 political parties will compete for the positions of President and Councilor in six council areas in the FCT local elections.
The six regional councils of the FCT are Abaji, Kwali, Bwari, Kuje, Gwagwalada and Abuja Municipal (AMAC).
The NAN reports that the parties presenting candidates for the elections are the Action Democratic Party (ADP), the All Progressives Congress (APC), the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the Social Democratic Party (SDP) , the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) and the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP).
The others are the Allied Peoples Movement (APM), the African Action Congress (AAC) and the Labor Party (LP).
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