Nigeria’s top political parties have come under severe attack for their alleged roles in sustaining the continued existence of constitutional restrictions which are hindering the adoption of electronic voting in the country.

Professor Attahiru Jega, former Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, who was addressing members of a political coalition accused the APC and the PDP of leading the nation astray:

Describing electronic voting as cost effective, Jega defended electoral umpire, saying Nigerians cannot heap the blame for the nation’s inability to adopt technologically advanced modes  of voting on the Commission.

This is how the fiery teacher and one-time leader of ASUU put it:

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