All eyes are on the lower chamber of the National Assembly today as members take a stand on the admissibility of the electronic transmission of election results by the Independent National Electoral Commission.
The vote in the Senate on Thursday rejected electronic transfer as 52 All Progressive Congress members who voted held on to the claim that the country is not yet fully enjoying broadband coverage before 43%.
All the Peoples Democratic Party members voted in favour of electronic transfer.
Nigerians have expressed anger at what they call the betrayal of the trust of the electorate majority of who had clamoured for change.
The lower chamber today expects the INEC chief to defend its position on the readiness of the commission to employ electronic transfer.
The National Communication Commission is also expected to appear before the Representatives.