Student builds rigging-proof electronic voting website

A Computer Science student at the Federal Polytechnic Bida, Niger state, Umah Faruku Ajewole, has built an electronic voting website which he claims can prevent rigging.

A Computer Science student at the Federal Polytechnic Bida, Niger state, Umah Faruku Ajewole, has built an electronic voting website which he claims can prevent rigging.

According to reports, the website www.acossfpb.com will be used for the department’s forthcoming elections.

It will allow students to vote and monitor the election from any location provided they have internet connection.

Ajewole claims the website will prevent multiple registrations and voting, thereby ensuring a free and free electoral process that can be replicated at all levels of government.

The department electoral officer, Samuel Alade, noted that Ajewole's creation will eliminate human errors common with manual registration and use of ballot papers as well add counting and security.

Alade called on the management of Nigerian institutions to adopt the system because it is user friendly and cost effective.

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