￼Some delegates at the ongoing National Conference have suggested consultation as the best way to resolve the disagreement on voting mode to be adopted at the conference.
The delegates told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Tuesday after an abrupt adjournment of plenary over disagreement on whether two-third or three-quarter majority should be adopted.
One of the delegates, representing Accord Party, Mr Muhammed Nalado, said the adjournment would allow for consultation and dialogue among delegates for easy conclusion.
Nalado said that the 75 per cent voting mode should be adopted on issues that affect the country as stated by President Goodluck Jonathan in his inaugural speech.
“Mr President’s speech has emphasised on consensus and the figure near to consensus is 75 per cent.
“What we want is general acceptance which is at least 75 per cent on burning issues that will show more acceptances, rather than two-third.
“Let us have one Nigeria and we can attain that through consensus or 75 per cent vote,’’ Nalado said.
Another delegate, representing Ogun, Mr Fola Adeola, suggested that group leaders should consult with delegates from their geo-political zones.
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