Between Refuge and Rights: Internally Displaced Persons and Inclusive Electoral Process in Nigeria
There is little doubt that the worsening social security conditions in Nigeria is leading more and more people into revivalist and millenarian sects in both the Muslim and Christian religions. They are not only ultra conservative in approach but accept holy wars as divinely ordained. The future points to even more population displacement as a […]
INEC BULLETIN OF 2 OCTOBER 2014
From now henceforth, the quarterly meeting of the Commission with the leadership of Nigeria’s registered political parties is to take place on a monthly basis.
INEC BULLETIN OF 30 SEPTEMBER 2014
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as cleared seven Political Parties and their candidates for the Adawawa state governorship bye-election scheduled for October 11, 2014.
INEC BULLETIN OF 29 SEPTEMBER 2014
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) shall henceforth take necessary action against such associations, corporate bodies, individuals, political parties, media or such communication agencies, social media, candidates/aspirants who contravene the provisions of the 1999 Constitution (As amended) and/or Electoral Act 2010 (As amended) on public campaign/rally and procession.
INEC BULLETIN OF 26 SEPTEMBER 2014
The Director for Electoral Operations, Mr. Kayode Oladimeji, has called for massive cooperation between departments as the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) prepares for 2015 general elections.
INEC BULLETIN OF 22 SEPTEMBER 2014
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has extended the Phase II of Continous Voter Registration (CVR) exercise for seven days in twelve states starting from today at the Local Government Area level of each of the states.
INEC BULLETIN OF 17 SEPTEMBER 2014
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Zamfara State has inaugurated an 11-man Committee saddled with the responsibility of reviewing existing polling units with a view to relocating existing ones where necessary, and allocating the additional 1,163 assigned the state out of the 30,000 newly created polling units in the country.