Voters

FACTSHEETS ON THE ELECTORAL PROCESS

FACTSHEET ON ELECTION DAY PROCEDURES The 2015 Presidential and National Assembly Elections have been rescheduled to 28th March, 2015, while Governorship and State Houses of Assembly elections are rescheduled to 11th April, 2015. Polling will be organized in 119, 973 polling units across the 36 States of Nigeria and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Please […]

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INFORMATION KIT FOR 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS

  The Information Kit is a user-friendly compilation of electoral information about the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory where the 2015 elections will be conducted. The document will provide the user an overview of basic statistics about the electoral features of each state, the election managers and their contact lines, as well as […]

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ERM Risk Report for Pre-Election Risk Factors

  The ERM Hub is scheduled to develop maps from January 9th through announcement of results. Maps developed will cover the three phases of the electoral cycle – pre-election, Election Day, and post-election. ERM Risk Maps will be released according to the following schedule: pre-election factors—from Jan 9 through February 13; Election Day factors—February 14 […]

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Publication of the Register of Voters for the 2015 General Elections

Please click to download====>National Publication of Register of Voters

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APPROVED GUIDELINES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT OF 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS

  Please click to download====>2015 Election Guidelines 

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Voters Information

VOTER REGISTRATION – WHAT IS IT? It is the identification of citizens who can vote at an election It is the compilation of their personal details in a list called the voters’ register QUALIFICATIONS FOR REGISTRATION He/she is a Nigerian citizen He/she is 18 years and above He/she is ordinarily resident in the ward or […]

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Steps On How To Vote

Steps: VOTER REGISTRATION Step 1: A Nigerian citizen who is eligible to vote, goes to the INEC website to locate his Polling Unit. Step 2: The citizen goes to the chosen Polling Unit to register Step 3: The citizen would have his/her picture taken and his/her details captured. Step 4: The citizen would be given […]

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