Mohammed Danlami AbdulMalik

Work place: Computer Science Department, Federal University of Technology Minna, Nigeria



Research Interests: Computer systems and computational processes, Computer Vision, Computer Architecture and Organization, Computer Networks, Image Processing, Mobile Learning


Mohammed Danlami ABDULMALIK is a lecturer at the Federal University of Technology, Minna. He hold a BSc degree in Computer Science which was obtained from Saint Petersburg State ElectroTechnical University (2003), Saint Petesburg Russia and MSc Degree in the same discipline from Belarussian National Technical University (2010), Minsk, Belarus. He is a member of Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) and International Association of Engineering (IAENG). Now a PhD research scholar at the University of Manchester, UK. His research interest includes Image processing, Computer Vision, Machine learning, Mobile Computing and Computer Networks.

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The Design and Development of Real-Time EVoting System in Nigeria with Emphasis on Security and Result Veracity

By Shafii Muhammad Abdulhamid Olawale Surajudeen Adebayo Damian Oshomah Ugiomoh Mohammed Danlami AbdulMalik

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2013

Elections are believed to be the key pillars of democracy and voting is one of the electoral processes that ensure the sustenance of democracy in any civil society. In this paper, we developed an electronic voting system, which will eliminate rigging and manipulation of results to its barest minimum, this problem is mostly associated with the manual system of voting. The implementation of electronic voting system in Nigeria will boost the integrity of INEC and the result they produce. The programs used to develop this system are PHP, MySQL, Java Query, CSS and HTML. These packages make the Graphic Interface User friendly enough for even those with little or no computer knowledge.

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