We have capacity to transmit election results – Telecoms operators tell Senators

* Say Telecoms services are available in all the local governments  The provisions of Section 52(3), as adopted by the Senate, implies, if signed into law, the NCC – the telecommunications sector regulator – would have to convince the National Assembly before the lawmakers could approve electronic transmission of results in future elections in Nigeria. By further implication, it also means that should the provision come into law, it was the National Assembly, rather than Nigerians, that would determine if election results would be transmitted electronically. And going by the APC’s majority in the federal legislature and the party’s leadership’s

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