Home | Columnist | INEC Removes 190 non-Nigerians From Voter Register
Fresh Boko Haram Attack in Adamawa: Many Feared Killed, 60 Houses Razed
Governor Ganduje, Dangote Sign $150m Solar Power Project

INEC Removes 190 non-Nigerians From Voter Register





The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) said it has ordered the removal of the names of 190 non-Nigerians from the country’s Voter Register as part of measures to clean up the register.

The commission disclosed this in a statement issued by its Director of Voter Education and Publicity, Mr Oluwole Osaze-Uzzi yesterday in Abuja.

InecChair.jpg

The Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) recently retrieved several Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) and National Identity cards from foreigners who were alleged to have registered as voters.

Osaze-Uzzi reiterated INEC commitment in ensuring that the Voter Register was free from unqualified registrations. (NAN)

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM: Columnist Visit website


  Article "tagged" as:
No tags for this article
view more articles

About Article Author

Related Articles