The Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS), according to Sen. Walid Jibrin, the head of the Atiku/Ombugadu campaign council in Nasarawa State, is a way to prevent election fraud in 2023.
This was said by Jibrin, a former chairman of the BOT PDP, during the party’s campaign in the state’s Akwanga Local Government Area.
He said that BVAS would reduce electoral fraud in the general elections and ensure that voter votes were counted.
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The chairman consequently advised voters to support all PDP candidates, including Alhaji Atiku Abubakar for president of Nigeria and Dr. David Ombugadu for governor of Nasarawa State.
He claimed that Atiku would deliver Nigeria from the many problems it is currently facing.
“A vote for Atiku/Okowa will rescue Nigeria from its present challenges and a vote for Ombugadu/Ohinoyi will bring speedy development across the state.
“A vote for all of our PDP candidates will enable all of us enjoy the much needed dividends of democracy,” he said.
The Director-General of the Atiku/Ombugadu Campaign Council in Nasarawa State, Mr. Labaran Maku, referred to Nasarawa North as the PDP’s “home zone” and promised that the region would produce Atiku, Ombugadu, and all other PDP candidates by the year 2023.
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If elected, PDP would combat insecurity and advance peace in the state and the nation as a whole, according to Maku, a native of the Akwanga zone and former minister of information.
Those who have not yet gotten their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) were also exhorted by the director general to do so in order to overthrow the APC government at both the national and state levels.
The BVAS would overthrow the APC administration in 2023, according to Sen. Suleiman Adoke and Alhaji Mohammed Jafar, a former member of the House of Representatives who represented the Nasarawa/Toto Federal Constituency.
Additionally, they asked voters to support David Ombugadu for governor of the state, Atiku Abubakar for president, and all other PDP candidates.
Former Nasarawa state deputy governor Chief Mike Abdul and Nasarawa North PDP Zonal Chairman Chief Jacob Ali each promised PDP a sizable vote in the state.
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They proclaimed Akwanga zone to be a PDP stronghold.
They advised voters to support every PDP candidate in 2023 in order to reap the benefits of democracy.
When handing out party flags to PDP candidates in the zone, Mr. Francis Orogu, the state PDP chairman, promised that, if elected, the party will reduce insecurity and raise the state’s citizens’ standard of living.
“The time has come to change APC; it is high time to show APC the way out of power because APC has failed and still failing us.
“Many have gone because of insecurity, hunger, poverty. It is time to tell APC good bye,” he said.
If elected governor, Dr. David Ombugadu, the PDP candidate in the state, vowed to prioritize infrastructure projects related to security, water, health, and education.
Ombugadu promised that the PDP would not let the electorate down and asked them to have faith in the party.
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The PDP governorship candidate also pledged to give women’s and young people’s empowerment top priority.
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