Agbaje, in a chat with our correspondent, said even though card readers deployed for use in the state during the Presidential and National Assembly elections functioned relatively well, the commission had reconfigured them and put them in proper shape for Saturday’s polls. The REC explained that during the weekend, the technical department of the commission worked on all the card readers to ensure they were in good shape. He added that at the Registration Area Centre, test would also be carried out on all the machines to ensure that they were in proper shape. He said, “We did not have much problem during the Presidential and National Assembly elections with card readers in the state. That notwithstanding, we are working to ensure that our card readers are in proper shape. “During the weekend, our technical department reconfigured all our card readers for the governorship and state Houses of Assembly elections. The machines are ready for deployment this Thursday. “Apart from that, at our Registration Area Centre, test would be carried out on all our machines. We are set for the elections. All the challenges encountered during the last election have been taken care of.”]]>

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