Nigerians React As Buhari Appoints Niece, Zakari As Head Of INEC Collation Centre (Screenshots)

Nigerians React As Buhari Appoints Niece, Zakari As Head Of INEC Collation Centre (Screenshots)

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The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has appointed Amina Zakari who said to be President Muhammadu Buhari’s niece as the head of the election collation centre of the 2019 elections. This development has sparked outrage and condemnation, especially from the PDP, as well as other Nigerians.

Amina Zakari is to head a committee responsible for the national collation centre – the International Conference Centre – from where results of the Presidential election will be announced, INEC chairman, Mahmood Yakubu said during her inauguration.

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But the condemnations over the development have continued to pour in, especially on social media with notable politicians such as the immediate past Governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose, ex-minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode and the PDP taking the lead.

PDP described the appointment as “outright manipulation” and rejected it in entirety, the former Ekiti Governor, Fayose mocked INEC saying the commission should not only appoint Buhari’s niece but should also appoint one of Buhari’s children as Chairman.

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For Fani-Kayode, “Amina Zakari, Buhari’s neice and a member of his staff when he was Chairman of PTF has been appointed Chairperson of the INEC Advisory Committee & Pres. Election Collation Center Committee. Do you still believe that there will be a free and fair election in Nigeria on Feb. 16th?”

Other Nigerians who decried the appointment said thus: