The Nigerian Bar Association has identified illiterate population and weak institutions as the bane of credible elections in the country.
A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Prof. Ilochi Okafor, stated this in a keynote address he delivered at the 2018 bar week of the Ogidi (Anambra) chapter of the association.
While calling for greater transparency in the country’s electoral processes ahead of next year’s general elections, Okafor regretted that biased institutions were saddled with the conduct of elections in the country.
He attributed the trouble with Nigerian elections to what he called “biased electoral institutions” and prevalence of “uninformed or illiterate voters.”
Okafor said, “For there to be free and fair elections, voters must be educated. There must be credible institutions capable of conducting free, fair and unbiased elections.”
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