The Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, has acknowledged that he acquired over 900 textual content messages in someday over allegations of tampering with the report of the Electoral Act.
He described these accusing the leaders of the National Assembly of eradicating digital transmission of outcomes from the report as mischievous and rabble-rousers.
Lawan acknowledged this shortly after the Chairman of the committee on Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Senator Kabiru Gaya, submitted a report of the committee.
Explaining that that is the primary time the committee is submitting its report on the Electoral Act to the Senate, Lawan mentioned, “There are various accusations and insinuations that leaders of the National Assembly have tempered with the report of the INEC committee. In one day, I received 900 text messages.”
Recall that Nigerians and civil society organisations had alleged that the ultimate copy of the Bill didn’t signify the curiosity of Nigerian folks and subsequently urged Nigerians to contemplate it as a cast doc that should not be substituted for professional calls for.
It was alleged that management of the National Assembly expunged some gadgets which included; digital transmission of outcomes and limitations on marketing campaign bills.