In April 1912 RMS Titanic sank in the North Atlantic Ocean, four days into her maiden voyage. Thomas Andrews, the designer of the Titanic, who equally went down with the ship had told the captain a stunner as the accident happened. He had said “it is a mathematical certainty the Titanic would sink”. He had discovered that the ship struck an iceberg stronger than diamond in the five watertight compartments. The designer who boasted that the Titanic was unsinkable didn’t factor the unexpected. The Titanic sank! We hail INEC BIVAS, we remember Orubebe…

A friend of mine who lived in England told me of how he was recruited by a security company, together with nine others to circumvent a bank security system the company had designed. They were to think together and act as Hi-Tech theives. They cracked the circuit and succeeded. The company redesigned the system as a result. We hail INEC BIVAS, we remember Orubebe…

Currently, INEC is moving into the 2023 elections with over 600 court cases. The graph of this impending election and political awarenesses are on steep ascent and INEC is under the clegg lights. In the 2019 there was an occurrence that shook Nigeria while the then INEC chairman Prof Atahiru Jega pretended that his nose was as clean as a whistle. It was the confrontation of Chief Peter Godsday Orubebe who accused INEC of complexities in election rigging. Nigerians have started reporting many anomalies with attempts at rigging the 2023 elections, especially the presidential. Doesn’t INEC know that thieves are always ahead of devices and operations that would catch them? The designer of Titanic wasn’t perfect in his assumptions and BIVAS may not be different. How many Orubebes does INEC think are in the watch? Will they contain the untoward?

Uchendu writes for PO Express Media, POEM.

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