Thursday, February 21, 2019
by Ajibola Emmanuel Visually Impaired/Blind or incapacitated Voter (PWDs). The Presiding Officer shall allow a voter who is visually impaired or blind or is unable to distinguish symbols or who suffers from any other physical disability to be accompanied into the...
by Ajadi Daniel S/N Governorship Candidates Political Parties 1 Joseph Ola Beckley A (Accord) 2 Oluwaseun Oladimeji Ajireloja  Advance Allied Party (AAC) 3 Sesi Michael Idowu All Blending Party (ABP) 4 Temitayo Onilewo Olatunji Advanced Congress of Democrats (ACD) 5 Salis Owolabi Alliance for Democracy (AD) 6 Olumuyiwa Fafowora African Democratic Congress (ADC) 7 Babatunde Olalere Gbadamosi Action Democratic Congress (ADP) 8 Balogun Opeyemi All Grassroots...
by Ajibola Emmanuel No person shall on the date an election is held do any of the following acts or things in a polling unit or within a distance of 300 metres of a polling unit- Canvass for votes; Solicit...
by Editor The total number of registered voters in the next election is higher than in the last election. The last elections had registered voters of 67 million, while currently, for the next election, 84 million people have been registered....
by Ajibola Emmanuel Where to Vote According to the INEC guidelines for the 2019 elections, Voting shall take place in: Polling Units and Polling Points In the case of FCT, voting takes place at Polling Units, Voting Point Settlements (VPS) and Voting Points. N.B...
by Editor With just few days to the next general elections, you can still demand that your leaders fulfil their previous promises if they are to get your vote. Even with the election frenzy, and the fact that your representatives...
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 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 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 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...

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