The Public Relations Officer of the Gombe State Police Command, Mahid Muazu Abubakar, on Thursday narrated how he was invited to observe how the students union election in one of the tertiary institutions in the state was conducted without any hitch.
In fact, he added that the election was done through electronic voting system and the results were directly transmitted before the winners eventually emerged.
The Police PRO disclosed these on his Twitter handle, saying the students of the Federal College of Education, Gombe, elected a new set of students union leaders on Thursday afternoon through the above process.
(Caption): Scenes during the students union election, as posted by the Police PRO on Thursday night.
He added that he and a few officers came there as security observers for the said election and the process was done through the electronic voting system.
He displayed the photographs of some of the students who sat by the computers casting their votes while he and other officials watched them as they were performing their duties.
He added that the results were directly transmitted, describing it as “the first of its kind,” while also saying that winners were declared before they left the premises of the institution, indicating that the whole process was free and fair.
Below are screenshots of the tweets by the Police PRO on the issue:
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