Secure, Protect BVAS Information By All Means – APC  

The  All Progressive Congress (APC) has called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to do everything in its power to protect data from the dual-mode voter verification system ( BVAS) machines.
The party’s reaction comes just hours after INEC rescheduled the state governor and state House of Representatives elections scheduled for March 11-18 to reconfigure the BVAS apparatus.

Felix Morka, the APC’s national publicity secretary, in a statement on Thursday also revealed that the party would respect the committee’s decision.

Morka said,

“While noting its reassurance that data from the presidential and National Assembly elections will be properly backed up on its cloud facilities, we urge INEC to do everything within its power to preserve and protect the integrity of the extracted data from BVAS as it has committed to do before court.

“Further, we enjoin INEC to use the opportunity presented by the election postponement to address any gaps or hitches identified in the presidential election in order to avoid a reoccurrence in the March 18, election.

“Even as presidential candidates and their political parties explore and exercise their constitutional liberty to challenge or defend the outcome of the presidential and National Assembly elections, we must remind ourselves of the overriding duty that we bear to eschew conduct and action capable of undermining the peace of our country or imperil the capacity of INEC to conduct the upcoming elections.

“Our candidate, now President-Elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, emerged as the overwhelming choice of Nigerians in the presidential election which was free, fair and in substantial compliance with the Electoral Act and INEC Guidelines for the 2023 General Election.

“We are thankful for our renewed presidential mandate, and urge our supporters and indeed all Nigerians to double down on their support for our great party, and its candidates in the upcoming elections.”

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