Solar-powered, electronic voting machine prevents election fraud in Nigeria

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Overseen by the National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI), Nigeria’s Electronic Development Institute (ELDI) recently introduced its solar-powered, portable electronic voting machine. A huge development in the work to prevent voter fraud, the machine aims to eliminate challenges such as miscounts, multiple votes and ballot box snatching. The small size of the machine also marks a substantial improvement in making voting more accessible to all communities, including those in particularly remote areas. Voters prove their identity in three ways – by facial recognition, thumbprint and identity card. All results are stored in the cloud, which should make theft…

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