Nigerian artist Peter Okoye has shared that, if the circumstances had been different, he would have voted for Vice President Yemi Osinbajo rather than an Igboman.
2023 general election
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The FCT Security Commission has promised residents of the Federal Capital Territory metropolitan city of their safety during and after the 2023 general election. Muhammad Hazat-Sule, Director
Nigeria’s democracy has been a topic of discussion since its independence in 1960. There exists the question of whether the country’s democracy will continue to thrive or fail. The upcoming 2023 general elections, however, present an
United States President Joe Biden has urged Nigerians to exercise their civil rights by voting for their preferred candidate in Saturday’s presidential election.
Prof. Sylvia Agu the Resident Electoral Commissioner(REC) in Imo State, has expressed fears ahead of the 2023 general elections as National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) withdrew its members
With less than 48 hours to the 2023 general election, voters or any persons in breach of any of these electoral laws or who commit such offences are liable to be arrested and charged to court and prosecuted by INEC.
According to the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, anyone in breach of any of these provisions
Economic and Financial Crimes Commission Chairman Abdul Rashid Bawa sounded an alarm on Wednesday about politicians’ plans to use stockpiled old notes to buy votes
The Nigerian Army has approved a list of Hotlines to report any suspicious act of violence by any unscrupulous persons at the forthcoming general election.
The Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, has organised a one-day seminar in election security management, on curbing electoral violence for strategic police heads, military departments, other security agencies and stakeholders.
21,783 personnel, 769 vehicles, 139 ambulances and 33 heavy, medium and light-duty tow trucks of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) are to be deployed. This is to ensure orderliness and timely delivery of election materials. This is part of its commitment towards ensuring a hitch-free election.