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Alex Otti tells INEC that the BVAS issue must be resolved before the March 18 election.



Alex Otti, the Labour Party’s governorship candidate in Abia State, has urged INEC to resolve any issues with the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS) before the March 18 governorship and state assembly elections.

INEC has come under fire after BVAS failed to transmit a significant number of election results from polling units in real time during the February 25 presidential election, as promised.


During a live appearance on Channels Television’s Politics Today on Thursday, Otti discussed his chances of winning the Abia governorship election, saying he still believes BVAS is a game changer but asked INEC to fix the problem with the devices.

“Despite the discussions about BVAS and all that, I still believe BVAS is a game changer and I believe that something must have gone wrong and it has to be fixed. INEC must improve its image because many of us were hopeful and excited that our votes would count this time.


“I followed the election in Ekiti and Osun, what happened on the 25th is not a representation of what happened in Ekiti and Osun. So, my request is that INEC resolve the issue before the March 18 election,” Otti said.

The Abia Labour Party flag bearer stated that if elected, he would embark on massive infrastructure rebuilding to help reduce unemployment and create jobs for the people of the state.


He lamented the state’s infrastructural decay, claiming that Aba had lost its luster as several large employers of labor had relocated out of the state.

When he was elected governor on March 18, he promised to restore the city’s glory and possibly improve it in his first four years in office.


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