Voters’ Registration No Longer Ending On June 30 – Nigerian Electoral Body, INEC | Sahara Reporters

25/06/2022 10:10:00 PM

Voters’ Registration No Longer Ending On June 30 – Nigerian Electoral Body, INEC | Sahara Reporters

Voters’ Registration No Longer Ending On June 30 – Nigerian Electoral Body, INEC | Sahara Reporters

Prof Mahmood Yakubu, Chairman of the commission, announced a continuation of the exercise during the Youth Vote Count concert at the Old Parade Ground, Abuja, on Saturday, Daily Trust reports.

by Saharareporters, new York Jun 25, 2022 The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has extended the ongoing continuous voter registration (CVR), which was initially scheduled to end on June 30, 2022.initially scheduled to end on June 30, 2022, has been extended.5 hours ago Ayo Oyoze Baje urges voters to resist all manner of inducements in 2023 “We must all participate actively in the electoral process and avoid statements like, ‘our votes do not count’.0 Comments The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says it will not end the ongoing continuous voter registration (CVR) on June 30, 2022.

Yakubu said, “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 people trying to register, we will continue to register you.The Federal High Court in Abuja had earlier stopped INEC from ending the ongoing voter registration exercise.“In the last five days, we have registered over 14,000 Nigerians in this place alone.It was after the media got awash with news items of the rush for Permanent Voters Card (PVC) by thousands of eligible voters across the country.We have about 50 voter registration machines.” According to him, “in the last five days, we have registered over 14,000 Nigerians in this place alone.For as long as people have been trying to register to obtain your PVC, we will continue to register you and we will continue to make sure that you get your PVC.

” A Federal High Court in Abuja had stopped INEC from ending the ongoing voter registration exercise.For as long as you people have been trying to register to obtain your PVC, we will continue to register you and we will continue to make sure that you get your PVC.They had filed the lawsuit against INEC asking the court to “declare unconstitutional, illegal, and incompatible with international standards the failure of the electoral body to extend the deadline for voter registration to allow eligible Nigerians to exercise their rights.The court presided by Justice Mobolaji Olajuwon on Monday granted an order of interim injunction restraining INEC from implementing its June 30 deadline.The court granted the order after hearing an ex parte motion by the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) and 185 concerned Nigerians.SERAP and the other plaintiffs had moved to restrain INEC from stopping the voter registration exercise after the Commission extended the deadline for the conduct of primaries by political parties by six days.Indeed, many public affairs analysts have attributed this recent rush to the on-going massive sensitization by some notable musicians, movie-makers and other celebrities.In the suit FHC/L/CS/1034/2022 which was filed against INEC at the Federal High Court, Lagos and transferred to Abuja, SERAP asked the court to declare the voter registration deadline as illegal and unconstitutional.

The group asked the court to “declare unconstitutional, illegal, and incompatible with international standards the failure of the electoral body to extend the deadline for voter registration to allow eligible Nigerians to exercise their rights”..For instance, the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has not only called on its members to get their PVCs but has urged the INEC to publish names of centres where voters who registered online can collect their PVCs ahead of next year’s election.

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Good work They should also reopen the online Voter's registration they should open the website for folks to register now,it's going to reduce the crowd at their offices. who does the thinking for these people No form of proactiveness This is when Peter obi wins Happy to hear this. This is the manifesto that will solve Nigeria problems.

Compel your staff to register voters in the South East. Why are they making it difficult for Easterners to register and have their PVC? Rigging has already started before election It's okay because PDP and APC party members should not waste their time voting for Mr Tinubu and Mr Atiku. Just vote for Mr Peter Obi has all the certificates and qualifications and even 4 Banks are under him till date. Vote for Mr Peter Obi

It doesn't make sense extending it but the actual voters registration is not happening in the centres in the whole of the South but in the North INEC is going into homes to register voters including registering underaged and non-Nigerians from Niger! Your Tithe Your Offerings Your seeds of Faith Your First Fruits Seeds Nigerians .... Give those to your Jobless Brother Or Sister Or Your Aged Parents bcus they ar the one's that need it the most and Ther Prayers to you reading this will bring Good future and Good Home ... 😶🕴

They want to go and re-strategize their rigging ways in Favour of Atiku because they have seen we (Youths) have shown so much interest in politics this time and not the other way round as usual, do you notice that Bag of rice, pack of noodles etc campaign is now a thing of past.

Voters' registration won't end on June 30 - INEC chairman, Prof YakubuProfessor Mahmood Yakubu, Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), has said the ongoing Continuous Voter Registration which was Nice Can’t trust this fellow, conducted the worst election in Nigeria’s history Open online registration for us

By tomorrow a barrage of denials will ensue , zoological Republic called Nigeria Should continue till the end of the year. 2023 election is nothing but a total revolution. Everyone need to get his/her PVC. Peter Obi is the mandate. Is called continue registration,so you don't have the right to stop it Registration for pvc is going smoothly in the north but here in the south east and south south inec is doing a very bad job.

Till when please?. Good move. It is supposed to be continuous. And make registration easy in Igbo land lets vote. 2023: Ebonyi Youths 'Disown' Umuahi, Organise Unity Walk For PeterObi | This is a good move, but inecnigeria must deploy additional machines to the areas where there is surge in the number of registrants to establish its impartiality.

Well done sir

THE RUSH FOR PERMANENT VOTERS CARD – THISDAYLIVE

The major issue is how to get more machines to register people not extending with same pace we are doing currently. We need to get massive boost with machines all over the country for people to be registered as fast as possible. The real issue is the availability of the voter cards before 2023NigeriaElections

Better Why are you stopping people from getting their PVCs ? Good! Better for them Better for unna

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 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

Voters' registration won't end on June 30 - INEC chairman, Prof YakubuProfessor Mahmood Yakubu, Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), has said the ongoing Continuous Voter Registration which was Nice Can’t trust this fellow, conducted the worst election in Nigeria’s history Open online registration for us

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