The Labor Party (LP) Lagos gubernatorial candidate Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour said postponing the state gubernatorial and state lower house elections would help the party regain its mandate, which it should have stolen by the Congress of All Radicals in the presidential election. presidential election.
Recall that the Independent National Election Commission (INEC) announced in a statement Wednesday evening that the elections scheduled for March 11 have now been postponed to March 18 following the court’s decision to reconfigure the dual-mode voter recognition system “BVAS“.
The election arbitrator also revealed that campaigns for governor will continue until midnight on Thursday, March 16, 2023.
However, Rhodes-Vivor, in an interview with Vanguard, said he had no problem with postponing the election and also agreed with the plea offered by the Commission.
He also called on INEC to do what is necessary to ensure that the collection and collection of presidential election data stored on BVAS is not compromised.
“I feel it’s extremely important for the needful to be done with regards to data gathering and data collection of the presidential election to ensure that we can put the best case forward with regards to the presidential election that was robbed,” he said.
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