Executive Director, Innovation, Marketing and Corporate Communications, Chams PLC, Funke AlomoOluwa has said that the company is ready to deploy electronic voting [e-voting] process that would help to elect credible council members of Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria [CITN].
AlomoOluwa said Chams has put together the highest level of data security for the election, saying that its “infrastructure is robust and these guarantee seamless voting. We have also assembled professional support team for enhanced assistance at any time.”
While speaking at the flag-off ceremony in Lagos recently, AlomoOluwa said Chams would provide its identity management and e-voting platform for this year’s election into the council of Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria [CITN].
Chams is renowned for its comparative advantage in e-voting, and the company has assured CITN of data security, transparency of electoral process and simplicity of the platform before, during and after the election.
Media reports have it that the President of CITN and council chairman, Cyril Ikemefuna Ede, who was represented by Davidson Alaribe urged the committee saddled with the responsibility of the election to work with the service provider to ensure transparency and credibility of the election.
“We are pleased with the process so far. We urge everyone to ensure that the process is transparent and credible in order to enable a credible leader that will take CITN to another height emerge”, he said.
The e-voting Administrator and Chief Scrutineer, CITN, Rasaq Quadri said the total number of accredited members that would vote was 22,206.