The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has announced the date for the continuation of voter registration.

– The INEC in Nigeria has announced the date for the resumption of voter registration across the country – The commission had previously suspended registration since 2018 before the last election – The Commission has stated that it has completed the necessary preparations for registration The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has set June 28 as the date for the resumption of voter registration ahead of the 2023 elections, TheCable reported.

Mahmood Yakubu, chairman of INEC, announced the date at a press conference in Abuja on Thursday. ADVERTISING By 2018, when the registration was suspended, the number of voters in Nigeria reached 84 million, representing 40% of the country’s population.

The commission had earlier planned to restart the project in the first phase of 2021.
But Yakubu said the goal was not achieved due to some activities to introduce new systems to ensure registration complies with Korona regulations, expand voter capacity at polling stations and introduce new voter registration tools.

and modern technology. READ: Shehu Sani: The doctors’ strike is not for tank drivers, just look The INEC has announced the date for the continuation of voter registration. Source: UGC “Starting from Monday, June 28, 2021, the registration process will start across the country and will continue to be implemented throughout the year until the third quarter of 2022,” he said.

“However, it is emphasized that Anambra State will be the starting point where more centers will be set up for the gubernatorial election scheduled for Saturday, November 6, 2021. “To complete the preparations for the gubernatorial election, the state registration exercise will be temporarily suspended in August 2021.

This will allow the commission to clean up the state data and issue permanent voter cards to the registrants. ADVERTISING “As time goes on, the commission will provide details on the registration process especially creating some features that will ensure security and safety for the registrants. “In doing so, we will consult with stakeholders.

In fact, the first of these recommendations will take place after the Easter break.” Yakubu called on Nigerians over the age of 18 who have never registered to vote to take advantage of this opportunity to register.


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