Thursday, January 24, 2019
by Ajadi Daniel Below is a breakdown of the registered voters for the 2019 elections according to INEC. Some of the key figures and facts are highlighted Registered Voters The total number of registered voters is 84,004,084, 15 million more than the...
by Ajadi Daniel The 2019 election is a little more than a month away, and for the first time in a long while, it does not seem as if Nigeria's general election is around the corner. Their is more buzz...
by Ajibola Emmanuel In 31 days, Nigerians will be heading to the polls, in another election that indicates a stable democratic dispensation, acceptance of democratic ideals and respect for people's voice. It is also the 6th general election since the...
by Edwin Okolo In an upset that equal parts surprising to certain parties and expected to others, former Minister of solid minerals Kayode Fayemi was elected into the office in the 2018 Ekiti state elections. He overthrew Governor Ayo Fayose,...
by Damola Olabintan For every Nigerian, 2019 has been one of the most anticipated year, a year we can decide to stick to the incumbent party and its policies to fulfill its first eight years’ rule at the top or...
by Ajadi Daniel The only way you can effect a change of your choice is by obtaining your PVC. As simple as it is, it determines everything now even into the future and you cannot afford not to be involved....
by Atiku Nafisa The battle line was drawn in Ekiti state last weekend. There had been massive voter sensitization, political rallies all to make sure that the indigenes came out to vote in an election that would determine the quality...
by Usman Alabi Here are answers to some common questions about PVC. Where can a person register to become a voter? INEC designated centre nearest to his/her place of residence during the continuous voter registration (CVR) exercise. Mondays to Friday (excluding...
by Usman Alabi This series would be educating voters on what they need to know regarding the upcoming election, especially on issues related to voting as well as stakeholders in the elections. The voter education series would be hinged on...
by Ajibola Emmanuel The second edition of #MyFirstVote show saw in attendance two young first-time voters, Aisha Salaudeen, a journalist, and Opeoluwa Dapo-Thomas, a civil servant. They joined Ebuka Obi-Uchendu on the Rubbin' Minds show on Channels TV to discuss...

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