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Is INEC Ready?

With the conduct of the February 6, 2010 Anambra governorship election, do you think the Independent National Electoral Commission is ready for free and fair elections in 2011?

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anambra election went ''relatively well'' bc PDP were occupied with yaradua/goodluck/saudi arabia/turai palava.

for the national election, they'll be ready

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They simply made sure that the Anambara election was a success just to decieve people to believe the 2011 polls will go smoothly. PDP knows they will loose a free and fair election, so I don't think they will sit back watch it taken away from them. 2011 will be another do or die affair. No need to waste time voting.

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Dont get confused chidichris 6months of military you will start shouting for democracy again

what we need to find out is how to have a credible election and get Iwu Out!

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as long as obj is still arround, as long as his tools are still in use, as long as there is an iwu in charge, there is no hope.

like nzeribe said, millitary is all we need now. i am not talking about the leadership induced millitary rather i mean the real millitary radicals we know. those that can act the J rawlings movie here in nigeria.

those that can kill endlessly when it comes to these power drunk criminal cabals.

nigerians shld stop wasting their times with this naughty professor of iwu.

a dog can never give birth to a snake.

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the system that keeps bringing up people like iwu et al. that is the problem. the best election in nigerian history, i believe, was june 12. why has no one ever spoken of the famous ''option A4'' that was used in that election?

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A bad workman always blames his tools.

There are some countries where there is no electoral act but they still run free and fair elections.

The mission of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is to:

   1. educate Nigerian citizens about democracy and the election process;

   2. provide for voter registration;

   3. compile a credible voters’ register;

   4. demarcate constituency boundaries; v. organize and conduct credible elections;

   5. monitor the conduct of political parties;

   6. audit the finances of political parties, and

   7. promote an enduring democratic culture in Nigeria.

Apart from poor leadership please state how 'the system' has stopped INEC from achieving its 7 objectives.

People like Guobadia & Nwosu have done more with far less at their disposal.

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yes . . i keep saying this . . the problem is the system . . remove mr iwu, put the pastor from redeemed or winners chapel the same thing will happen.

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WITH 80%disenfranchised. how did that went well.

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Not with Mauris Iwu still there.

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The anambra election wasn't without incident. In truth has Maurice Iwuruwuru presided over a credible election yet?

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