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8th December 2022
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PHOTO: INEC Holds Consultative Meeting With REG Officers

Image: INEC holds Consultative meeting in Abuja
INEC Commissioners Meeting in Abuja (Inec/twitter)

The Independent National Electoral Commission is presenting holding its quarterly consultative meeting with all Resident Electoral Commissioners in Abuja. This will be the first for this year, as the Commission look to listen to and address challenges being faced by the Commissioners.

The INEC Chairman Prof. Mahmood Yakubu had earlier assured all Nigerians that having challenges with registration and transfers that the Commission will make available additional 400 machines so that more people can register. This is coming after public outcry by Nigerians on their inability to register, and this and more the Commission will be looking to address.

 

See the lineup of events:

  • i. Update on the Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) exercise,
  • ii. Preparation for the 2019 General Elections,
  • iii. Briefing/Progress reports from State.

Also see some of the answers to questions that you may have regarding the Voters Registration process:

  • When will I get my PVC after I register? You will get your PVC from the same registration centre where you registered at a stipulated time that will be announced by INEC.

  • Can I register for my family members/friends? No, you cannot. Registration by proxy is an offence and it is not allowed. Any person who intends to register as a voter must appear in person before the registration officer at a designated registration centre to register.

  • What will happen if I register more than once? It is unlawful to register more than once.If you do, you will be committing an offence, liable on conviction to a fine of up to N100,000 or imprisonment for one year or both.

  • Do I need to re-register if my card is lost or damaged? No, you do not. You should apply to INEC for the replacement of your lost/damaged PVC at the INEC LGA office where you registered.

  • Do I need to re-register if my name, age, or any other information on my current PVC is not correct or has changed? No, you do not. You should apply to the INEC LG office or designated registration centre where you registered to correct any mistake on your PVC.

  • Do I need to re-register if I have registered before? No, you do not. However, if you have registered before& you were issued a TVC, but your name is not on the Voter Register due to sundry reasons, you can go for re-registration by presenting your TVC to the registration officer

  • You are advised to check your details to correct any error before the production of your Permanent Voter Card (PVC).

  • What will happen after I register? You will be issued with a temporary voter card (TVC) and asked to return on an appointed date to confirm your details on the preliminary voter register, which will be displayed at the registration centre.

  • How many times can I register? You can register only once and at a specifically designated registration centre. Only one registration will be valid if you register more than once. You will be liable to arrest and prosecution if it is discovered you register more than once.

  • Do I need to produce any document before I am registered? No you don’t ordinarily need not to produce any document. However, the Registration Officer may ask for proof if there is some doubt of your age or Nigerian Citizenship.

  • How do I register? You must appear in person at designated INEC registration centre in your LGA to register. Please conduct yourself in an orderly manner. A registration officer will assist you to check your registration status and advise you accordingly.

  • When and at what time can I register? You can register from 9.00am to 3.00pm each day, except weekends and public holidays. The CVR exercise will close 60 days to Election Day as announced by Commission.

  • Where can I register? You will be able to register at the 774 Local Government Area (LGA) offices of INEC or at such location within the LGA as may be designated by the Commission.

  • Who can register during CVR? A Nigerian that has attained the age of 18 since the last CVR exercise & who is not subject to any legal incapacity to vote under any law, rule or regulations in Nigeria. Citizens who registered before but whose names are not in the register of voters

  • What is CVR? CVR means Continuous Voter Registration. It is a continuous exercise that enables qualified Nigerian citizens to register to vote in elections.

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