Electoral reforms: Group to holds Protests at National Assembly May 19th

All plan is set to #OccupyNass and Senate chamber by groups of concern Nigerians.

This was revealed in a Twitter space that hold on Wednesday morning “tagged: Electoral reforms continue” Host by Anthony Ehilebo.

During the deliberation monitor by Akewusolaf.com, the convener, Sir Ariyo-Dare Atoye confirmed May 19th for the #OccupyNASS Protest.

Recalls, the Senate and House of Representatives had earlier faulty on it promise to pass the electoral reforms bill on two occasions; (December 2020 and March 2021) respectively.

However, the second quarter of 2021 has been fix for the passage.

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The electoral reforms bill is believe to put to an end/limits to election malpractice if eventually pass by the legislature.

Also, some of the speaker like @docnalo did make case for Nigerian in diaspora to be considered to vote during General election from the diaspora.

@UchePokoye popularly known as ‘anambra first son’ on Twitter also suggests that the idea of public holiday on election day should be scrap.

He also urge the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to add more pulling units in Anambra ahead of the governorship election in the State.

If you find yourself in Abuja on May 19th, kindly joins in #OccupyNASS

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