Wike Disappointed As BVAS Fails To Accredit Him, Wife

Wike Disappointed As BVAS Fails To Accredit Him, Wife

Rivers Governor Nyesom Wike expressed dissatisfaction with the bio-modal voter certification system’s functionality (BVAS). A voting machine provided by the Independent National Electoral Commission.

According to channels tv, Wike arrived around 10:00 a.m. with her wife, Judge Suzette Everech Wike, at Polling Place No. 7 in District 9 of the Obio/Akpor Local Government District.

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But the BVAS failed to accredit the governor and his wife, who were the original voters of his Polling unit. After more than 20 minutes of unsuccessful attempts, election officials appealed to contact the original family again.

She said a technician has been hired to fix the bug. It was difficult to experience in other parts of Rivers State as well. After a long wait, Wike evaluated the exercise and explained that the process was a failure.

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He said he was disappointed with the functioning of his polling place machine. The governor also expressed concern that machine failure could affect the election.

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