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Electronic card reader - an option to free and fair election in Nigeria

 Department: Public Administration  
 By: usericon usasam  

 Project ID: 6453
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This work is on Electronic Card Reader an option to free and fair election in Nigeria using Kogi State as case study. The major objective of this project is to examine whether electronic card readers can enhance free and fair elections in Nigeria, to evaluate whether there is a significant relationship between electronic card readers and free and fair elections in Nigeria and to determine if electronic card readers can reduce the rate of mass ridging during the election. The methodology adopted in gathering data was descriptive method, both the primary and secondary methods. The major instrument used to gather data from primary sources is the questionnaire. From a population of 4,500,000 sample size of 400 respondents was selected using simple random technique. Findings revealed that electronic card reader has a positive impact on the election in Nigeria. It was revealed that electronic card readers had been promoted by INEC as anti-electoral frauds and that other countries have used it and it worked for them.  In view of the findings, it was recommended that all Nigerians should accept the use of electronic card readers in the conduct of elections at all levels. Government should give close monitoring to see that all states are using the device. Keyword:  Electronic Card Reader, Free and Fair Election ...
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