The Nigeria Women Trust Fund (NWTF) and the Gender and Election Watch (GEW) in a joint
effort with the European Union Support to Democratic Governance (EUSDGN) yesterday said the danger of vote purchasing has taken another wind.
Tending to correspondents after the finish of the state governorship decision, the CEO of NWTF, Mufuliat Fijabi, said despite the exertion of INEC to check the hazard, the despicable demonstration "appears to have kept utilizing inventive, tactful and propelled implies."
Fijabi said the observation of the NWTF and GEW was informed by reports of the two bodies’ 63 deployed observers.
According to her, the report also showed that there was a impressive turn out of people for the exercise, adding considerable number of women were sighted participating in the election.
They advised that there should be strict measures to detect and hold accountable vote buyers and sellers who are rubbishing Nigeria's electoral value(s).