Oct 18, 2021

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Which Election be dat? Nigerians React to Registration for Voters Card Online

  • Before the parliamentary elections in 2023, INEC decided to modernize the registration of voters in Nigeria
  • An online portal was launched for potential registrants to view the Process Before Complete Registration in Certain Physical Centers
  • While a number of Nigerians have welcomed the move, others believe the PVC is useless < / li>

The introduction of an online portal for Nigerians to register as voters by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has met with mixed reactions.

Recall that a statement on the official Facebook page of the electoral body said the portal would go live on Monday June 28th when online registration is due to begin. < / p>

Most of the people on Facebook look forward to doing their civil duties with the to perceive the current situation in the country, others consider it pointless.

Here are some reactions from Nigerians:

Gloria is fed up with the current government.

Madison has no plans to vote.

Israel has been waiting for its PVC since 2017.

Raney doesn’t think the country is good for anything.

Okoli thinks the card is useless.

INEC sets dates for the gubernatorial elections in Ekiti and Osun

Previously, INEC had announced dates for the gubernatorial elections in the states of Ekiti and Osun.

According to the election committee, the elections in Ekiti will take place on June 18, 2022, those in Osun on July 16, 2022.

INEC chairman Professor Yakubu announced this on Wednesday June 16 ni known in Abuja.

Elections in 2023 will cost more

According to the electoral commission, the financial requirements for holding the parliamentary elections in 2023 will soon be announced in a report on this .

The sum of N 234.5 billion was spent on holding the 2019 parliamentary elections and there are strong indications that the 2023 elections would cost more.

< p class = "align-left"> This was announced by INEC’s national commissioner and chairman for information and voter education, Festus Okoye.

Fear as INEC wants to make the national identification number mandatory for voter registration < / h2>

In the meantime, INEC announced that it plans to make the National Identification Number (NIN) requirement for registering voters.

According to the electoral commission, this will help alleviate the problem of underage voting in some T rush the country to tackle.

One of the national commissioners at INEC, whose name was not given, made the revelation known, adding that the final decision would soon be made and made public will be announced.