Suspected BVAS manipulator arrested by police (Watch Video)

Suspected BVAS manipulator arrested by police (Watch Video)

On the 28th of February 2023, news broke out that the police have arrested several individuals suspected to be members of a syndicate involved in the manipulation of the Bimordial Voters Accreditation System (BVAS).

The BVAS is a vital tool used by the electoral commission to verify the identity of voters during elections. The manipulation of the BVAS system has been a significant concern for the country’s electoral process, as it can lead to the compromise of the credibility and fairness of elections.

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According to reports, the suspects were apprehended by the police in a sting operation carried out on Ghandji street in the Maitama area of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

The operation was said to have been successful, with the police able to make arrests and recover crucial evidence. The police have taken the suspects into custody and are currently investigating their involvement in the illegal possession and suspected manipulation of the BVAS system.

One of the suspects arrested is said to be the Vice President of a company known as Emperor technology. The company is said to specialize in the provision of technology solutions for various industries, including the electoral commission.

The involvement of the company’s Vice President in the alleged manipulation of the BVAS system has raised concerns about the integrity of the technology solutions provided by the company.

The police are yet to release an official statement regarding the matter, and details of the investigation are still sketchy. However, the arrest of the suspects is a significant development in the fight against electoral fraud and the manipulation of critical electoral systems.

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The electoral commission has been working to strengthen the BVAS system and other critical electoral infrastructure to prevent electoral fraud and ensure the integrity of the electoral process.

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