The serving member, who is also the Chairman of the House Committee on Diaspora Matters said her prayers was hinged on the pronouncement of Justice Bello Kawo of Federal High court, Abuja on Thursday that the electoral body should go ahead and release the result of the election with immediate effect. The court said result should be based on the original results of the election polling booth by polling booth. While commending the judiciary for standing up for the common man and in defense of the nation’s democracy, the lawmaker also praised INEC for not allowing some individuals in its employ to perpetrate fraud. She said: “INEC should now do the needful by going ahead to announce the original results of the poll by polling booth by polling booth, if this is done and corrections of the noticed shortcomings carefully done, we will accept the outcome and then the Commission will be left to take necessary disciplinary against its officials. “However, if the Commission still go ahead to announce the results of the poll based on the mutilated and doctored figures, we will have no option left than to head for the Electoral Tribunal to seek redress. “The Electoral officers will have to account for all the electoral materials they collected for the conduct of the poll in the Constituency, the Presiding Officer who suddenly assumed the supper power to cancel results or change results at will will tell the tribunal how and where he got those powers”. While she expressed confidence of victory at the end of the day, the lawmaker commended the people of the Constituency for their support, while urging them to remain calm and law abiding.]]>

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