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Wednesday, 10 January 2018

INEC Releases Timetable For 2019 Nigeria General Elections

Nigeria's electoral commission, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) announced the 2019 general elections timetable and schedule of activities yesterday, 9th January 2018. According to the timetable, the Presidential and National Assembly primaries will begin on August 18 while campaigns will commence on November 18, 2018,
while campaigns for the governorship and state assembly are scheduled to commence on December the 1, 2018.

Presidential and national assembly elections will hold on February 16th, 2019, while the governorship, state assembly and area council elections in the federal capital territory will take place on March 2, 2019.
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Endy Edeson

@Ahile: sure. @Faith: Nothing wrong in fixing elections in February

Kelechi Esther Leonard

would there be a fresh registration of voter's card.

Oluwanifemi Ajibola Thomas

Oga Endy,abeg update us on d voters 7 card registration.

Endy Edeson

@Kelechi: Voters registration is still ongoing. If you don't have, go to your LGA to do so. @Kelechi & Thomas

Mary Tsehe

NYC
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Endy Edeson

MORE UPDATE:

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) usually holds weekly meeting to review the on-going nationwide Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) exercise, which commenced on 27th April, 2017.

In the first three days of the exercise, 57,737 people were registered, while 4,913 others collected their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs). A further 1,820 individuals applied for transfer of Polling Units (PUs) and 1,117persons applied for replacement of their lost or damaged PVCs.

The exercise, which is on-going in all the Commission’s offices in the 774 local government areas throughout the federation, has been peaceful and the turnout impressive.

The Commission is however aware of a few challenges, including the distance of the registration centres from some prospective registrants, especially some of our citizens residing in the rural areas and the slowness of a number of the Direct Data Capture machines (DDC).

The Commission plans to address these and other challenges as the exercise progresses.

INEC wishes to remind the public that this is a continuous exercise meant for:

1. Nigerians who are 18 years and above and who were not previously registered
2. Those who previously registered but whose names cannot be found in the register of voters

Those who have lost or damaged their cards and would like to replace them.

The Commission wishes to appeal to all eligible Nigerians who are yet to register and those who registered but have not collected their PVCs to take advantage of this opportunity to do so.

Further updates on the exercise will be made available as we progress.

Browayson John Sr.

God keep & take us to that period, I really wish we the youths would come out in mass to change the change that has negatively changed our country. If we don't come out we won't get that change. Thanks for this timely update Endy.. Gud day.
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Endy Edeson

Thanks John Sr. Have splendid days ahead. We as Nigerians shall overcome come 2019
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Ezeji Nnecky Chidinma

Nigerian politricks don tire me
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Browayson John Sr.

We shall only if we realize our worth

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