24 Nigerians have filed a lawsuit against the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) alleging that they were denied enough time and opportunity to complete their voter registration after doing it online, along with the other seven million Nigerians.
Meanwhile, in Delta State, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) officials have raised concern over the low number of persons who have visited their office to pick up their Permanent Voters’ Cards (PVCs). See details of this and more below!
INEC Under Fire As 24 Nigerians Sue Them After They Did This Concerning PVC Registration
According to the Daily Post, 24 Nigerians have sued the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for denying them and the other seven million Nigerians sufficient time and opportunity to finish their voter registration after they had already completed their registration online.
In order to get their permanent voter cards (PVCs) and exercise their right to vote, the plaintiffs, who are suing on their own behalf and that of seven million other Nigerians, need to finish the registration procedure.
Only 3, 444, 378 Nigerians, out of 10, 487, 972 who pre- registered online, completed the procedure in a physical center, according to current information from INEC. Just 32. 8 percent of completed online registrations are represented by this.