INEC extends voter registration deadline

26/06/2022 8:15:00 AM

INEC extends voter registration deadline

INEC extends voter registration deadline

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), yesterday, confirmed that it would extend the June 30 deadline for the ongoing

continuous voter registration (CVR).secret voters registration with the All Progressives Congress (APC) to inflate the current figure of the current voters register.Voter registration: Nigerians to receive PVCs January 2023 – INEC “Let those who believe him go to Niger Republic and find out whether anything related to the INEC polling unit or voter registration centre was set up.0 Comments The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says it will not end the continuous voter registration (CVR) on June 30, 2022.

It was, however, silent for the duration..It added that it will be suicidal for the election management body to allow itself to be forced into such a dangerous mission with APC..He added, “How can one unknown individual, who posted that there are 21 registration centres in Niger Republic, raise the concern of people who contacted INEC to determine whether it is true? I won’t even respond to such a claim.[FILES] INEC Chairman, Prof.“History will no doubt, not be too kind to INEC on any crisis erupting from careless handling of election matters by a mere election umpire in a state.Mahmood Yakubu.Speaking during the Abuja concert, Yakubu said the commission has deployed more machines for voter registration, adding that INEC will not stop the exercise until it is satisfied that Nigerians who want to register have done so.

Photo; FACBOOK/INECNIGERIA • PVCs For Ongoing CVR Ready In October • Don’t Sell Your Votes To Corrupt Politicians, EU Cautions Youths continuous voter registration (CVR).Meanwhile, in an earlier statement, INEC stated that it does not concern itself with information obtained from social media circles as it remained an unbiased umpire.“Why are they not even saying a voter registration centre is set up somewhere in Cameroon or Benin Republic? One individual will just sit somewhere in the comfort of his room and spew nonsense.It was, however, silent on the duration of the extension.INEC Chairman, Prof.“INEC has called on eligible voters to go to its offices across the local government areas to collect their PVCs and are already attending to them where there are specific issues it should be formally reported to the office of the resident electoral commissioner for necessary action.Mahmood Yakubu, disclosed the Youths Vote Count Concert at the Old Parade Ground, Abuja.” Tags: Niger State Kindly share this story: All rights reserved.The awareness campaign was organised by INEC, in partnership with the European Union Support to Democratic Governance in Nigeria (EU-SDGN), and YIAGA Africa.” Related Topics:.In the last five days from Monday to Friday — and we are still registering today — we registered over 14, 000 Nigerians in this place alone.

It was aimed at mobilising youths across the state for the ongoing nationwide CVR exercise.Yakubu said that contrary to reports, the distribution of Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) for the ongoing CVR exercise would begin in October 2022.For details, visit.Said he: “The youths want to know when the registration will end.I want to assure you, on behalf of the commission that the registration won’t end on June 30.For as long as we have you people trying to register, we will continue to register you.We will not stop the registration until we are satisfied that those who wish to register are given the opportunity to do so.

In the last five days, we have registered over 14, 000 Nigerians in this place alone.We have about 50 voter registration machines.” On the duration of the extension, Yakubu said the commission is yet to decide on the timeframe, but would soon communicate the duration to Nigerians.He added: “Also, by next Monday, we will deploy more machines to register Nigerians.We won’t stop registration until we are satisfied that those who wish to register are allowed to do so.

“When will your PVCs be ready for collection? PVCs will be ready for collection latest by October this year, long before the election.I want to thank you for making the PVC the most popular Identification Card.” He, however, urged them to use the PVC for the main purpose, “not just for the opening of bank accounts.In assuring that votes would count, he said: “Ekiti governorship poll was good, Osun will be better and 2023 general elections will be the best.Your votes will count.

For those who are yet to register, kindly do so to vote.” Speaking earlier, Head of the EU Delegation to Nigeria and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), Ambassador Samuela Isopi said: “This is the start of a great change.We can feel the energy.Nigerians are mobilising and there is this feeling that this time they are ready to be drivers of change.You have the power to drive positive change.

Get your PVC and use it.Your votes will count and don’t give up your power.Don’t sell your votes because if you sell your votes, you sell your future.In this article.

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Not just to extend the date but he should make provision for more machines and centers for registration especially in the south where it has be very difficult. A lot still needs to to be done about voters registration, because most people are yet to know about registration while some are asking for registration centres ,someone like me don't know where I am to register,there is not enough sensitization about issue of registration, which

It better not end now because here in Eneka, portharcourt. There are thousands of people who are yet to register because there is no registration center. inecnigeria I am yet to get my PVC, I sent mail I am yet to get a reply Yaaay Ok thank you so much... But you guys should make it faster, somebody can be on the queue for a whole day, and that’s terrible

Why can't we use our NIN to vote? It will curb underage voters. Thank You INEC Should there even be a deadline for registration in the first place? Okay even if there should be can’t it be the last month before election? Our children are turning 18 everyday is inecnigeria saying a child that turn 18 3 months to the election is no eligible to Vote?

uchejombo It takes quite a lengthy period of time to have the PVC ready in some areas. 'Ready' is but a com bck to knw if it's ready. Like, rgstr in Feb., come back 'to check' IF IT'S READY in August. Whatever can be done to hasten the process inecnigeria shld try and make it possible. Qaqqqq

Osun PDP warns INEC against alleged secret voter registrationThe Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun has warned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to perish the alleged attempts to embark on It will happen my Brother.....

Very good 👍. Please help us beg Ekiti INEC Office to start registration back Why is the online exercise for fresh registration not working This remains the only way to go but we know Nigeria and how deep this bastardisation of our society is. These elites who have consistently raped the country would definitely fight back to make sure we perpetually remain in chains. So I am waiting to see what that would do with

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We have no voter registration centre in Niger – INEC - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria But u have in republic of Niger? Inec should stop lying. Talking about Niger republic and u went ahead to tag Niger state map…😝😝

Voter registration will continue beyond June 30, says INEC chairmanThe Independent National Electoral Registration (INEC) says the commission will not end the ongoing continuous voter registration (CVR) on June 30, 2022. inecnigeria We go wait for the official statement from INEC

BREAKING: Voter registration will not end June 30, says INEC chairman | TheCableThe Independent National Electoral Registration (INEC) says the commission will not end the ongoing continuous voter registration (CVR) on June 30, 2022.

Voter registration won't end on June 30 - INEC ChairmanThe Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has extended the ongoing continuous voter registration (CVR), which was initially scheduled to end on June 30, 2022. Good news

CVR: New voter registrants to get PVCs October 2022 – INECThe Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has disclosed that Nigerians who are currently registering in the ongoing Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) exercise would get their Permanent Voters Card (PVCs) in October 2022. Even if it's by December we're going to wait and collect it cause come 2023 voting is a most