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How  2015 poll was rigged in North – Tanko Yakassai

 When the electronic voting was introduced, I was in support of it, but I observed what happened in the 2015 general election and I changed my mind.
This is because it was religiously observed in the southern part of the country, but it was not so religiously observed in the northern parts of the country. It was from that moment that I began to have some reservations about the electronic voting pattern. There are many ways of rigging election. What happened in 2015 where the majority of southerners resident in the north were scared away from their places of residence, where they had registered, to their place of origin and therefore could not have the opportunity to vote, was rigging. Again some of the southerners who did not run away were afraid to come out and vote on the day of election. So scaring people from coming out to vote for the candidates of their choice is also a form of rigging.
AmarSim Associations Development Consultants

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