If you take a visit to the INEC portal to check names of registered voters, mostly from northern Nigeria, what you will find is underage voters and people with multiple registrations.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the organization in charge of overseeing elections in Nigeria, recently informed the country’s citizens that it had cleared its voting system of multiple voters, foreigners who had registered to vote, and voters under the age of 18.
Thousands of southern Nigerian voters were purged from the system in their most recent update, while children under the age of four continued to register multiple times.
We spent some time going through the INEC database, which contains the names of those who are eligible to vote in the general elections of 2023.
The young person pictured above, who has a valid INEC permanent voters card (PVC), stated that he was born in 1992.
Numerous underage voters can be found on the portal, the majority of whom are from northern Nigeria.
In order for us to rescue this nation today, we’ll show you some of the images below and explain how to object to the electoral body.
There are a great number of them, nobody should wait for INEC to verify their voter list because you have a part to perform.
Now that it is recognized that there are duplicates and registered underage voters on it, independently search the database and raise concerns formally with the supporting documentation.
How to access the INEC portal can be learned by clicking the link we provided above.
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