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Aggrieved aspirants reject INEC lists, begin multiple court cases

The lists of candidates contesting the 2023 elections have sparked multiple court cases by aggrieved aspirants in many states. States, where aggrieved aspirants are challenging the lists include Ogun, Gombe, Plateau, Akwa Ibom, Benue, Kano, and Taraba. Some of the aspirants, in separate interviews, faulted the lists submitted by parties and published by the Independent […]

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BVAS: Nobody can rig elections in Nigeria again – INEC Commissioner, Ajayi

Professor Kunle Ajayi, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) National Commissioner for the Osun 2022 gubernatorial election has revealed that with the introduction of the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS), it will be very difficult to rig elections in Nigeria. This revelation was made during an interview session with journalists on the sideline of the […]

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Online voter registration remains suspended, INEC tells Nigerians

Following weeks of complaints about hitches experienced in the online registration of voters, the Independent National Electoral Commission on Tuesday announced that the portal has been shut. The clarification was made by the Resident Electoral Commissioner of Federal Capital Territory, Yahaya Bello, at a briefing in Abuja ahead of the Youth Vote Count Mega Music […]

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2023: The only way Lawan can return to Senate – INEC

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has explained the only way Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, could return to the Senate in 2023. From INEC’s explanation, Lawan or any individual in his position is left at the mercy of the candidates who have been legally and constitutionally nominated by their political parties. Although the INEC’s National […]

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CVR: INEC creates additional 25 centres in Anambra, sacks staff accused of taking bribe

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says it has created additional 25 centres for the continuous voter registration exercise in Anambra State, to meet the recent surge by registrants. The commission said the new centres now bring the total number of centres in the state to 87, and that staff of the commission who were […]

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