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Group Raises Alarm Over INEC’s  Registration Deadline

Group Raises Alarm Over INEC’s  Registration Deadline

A Coalition of Igbo groups in Lagos has raised alarm over Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC’s change of deadline for voters’ pre-registration.Information Guide Nigeria

According to VANGUARD, The Independent National Electoral Commission has changed the date from June 30 to May 30, 2022.

VANGUARD reports that in a communiqué issued at the end of the group’s meeting in Lagos, the Secretary, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Lagos, Mr. Everest Ozonweke said the changes made on the date didn’t serve anyone any benefit, adding that elections were critical to good governance

Mr. Everest Ozonweke said: “A majority of the electorate voting in an election is critical to get a reasonable verdict of the actual will of the populace for any democratic system

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According to Ozonweke those who registered in 2010 were yet to get their voter’s cards, even as he lamented that most of its members and millions of Nigerians were having serious challenges with collecting their cards

VANGUARD reports that he further stated: “A majority of the electorate voting in an election is critical to get a reasonable verdict of the actual will of the populace for any democratic system.

‘’In view of this, registering eligible members of the population to be able to vote is a critical part of promoting a healthy and fair democratic system.”

‘’The 2023 elections are due in 11 months. That is almost a year from today. We, therefore, cannot understand why INEC will end pre-registration on May 30 and update registration and transfer by June 30, almost a year before the election.’’Jamb Result

Also speaking, Secretary Alalgbo Development Foundation, Emmanuel Mok said: “Nigeria has had election where cards where distributed almost a month to election, voters registration is simply for peoples details to be captured in soft copy online.

“INEC only needs to send to card printing machine and the machine would roll it out“.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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