Ex-aide to Jonathan, Omokri releases document to prove INEC has server
Former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, has released a document showing that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has a central server.
INEC had denied having the server and has continuously maintained that the 2019 presidential election results were never transmitted through its server.
The commission’s denial followed the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) claim that it won the presidential election going by the results transmitted into INEC server from the 36 states of the country and Abuja the nation’s capital.
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Omokri, who had recently declared he had in his possession incontrovertible evidence that INEC has and had a server, on Wednesday, published the supposed evidence on his Twitter handle.
In a post he entitled “Proof of INEC server” Omokri wrote, “This is a circular from INEC to its 36 Resident Electoral Commissioners, threatening sanctions on RECs who fail to send data to INEC HQ through their server. Incontrovertible evidence @INECNigeria has and had a server.”
Below is the snipe shot of the details of the circular which the former aide to Jonathan claims is the that evidence INEC has server.
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