INEC Vows to Address Issues with Voter Register.

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Ahead of the 2023 elections, the Independent National Electoral Commission says it would address all issues raised concerning the national register of voters.

INEC had this month made the entire register public on its website for the first time in the nation’s electoral history but numerous cases of underage voters and double registration were identified by many Nigerians.

A statement signed by INEC National Commissioner, Festus Okoye, said the commission was committed to cleaning up the register and punish those found guilty of tampering with its integrity, adding that making the register public was a sign of transparency on its part.

The register is expected to be displayed physically at the Registration Area level from November 12 to 18, while at the Local Government level, it will be displayed from November 19 to 25, during which voters can make claims and objections.

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