IMANI Africa states reasons why CSOs oppose the new biometric voter system

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The EC wants to rip out a system worth $60 million, of which value at least $40 million has accumulated since just 2016, and spend $150 million (plus contingency) constructing a new one.

A careful analysis of best practice in procuring biometric technology for elections in Africa shows that the EC’s proposed spending plans are inflated by about 60%. In short, the EC’s proposed system is brutally expensive compared to other countries in Africa.

The EC’s claims about the existing system’s weaknesses are flawed and untrue because the biometric data can be salvaged and facial recognition technology already exist through visual inspection.

Read below IMANI’s full document

EC hasn’t demonstrated any problem with existing data – CSOs
Volume 90%

Let the NIA do the collection of data of citizens – CSOs to EC
Volume 90%

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