Voters must fulfill 6 conditions in order to cast their vote on election day
1. To qualified to vote, a voter must be a Nigerian citizen.
2. A prospective voter must be eighteen years old and above to register or cast his or her vote.
3. The person must be registered. He or she must have shown up during the voters’ registration process co- ordinated by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC and gotten his or her name on the voters’register.
It is noted that for voter’s registration, there are timeline provided by the law. There is why INEC conducted the voters registration at some points in time.
4. A prospective voter’s name must appear in the register. It is not enough to register, your name must also appear on the voters’ register.
5. A prospective voter must present a valid Permanent Voters Card, PVC on the election day. People should know that , “no PVC, no vote”. The PVC must be kept save, it is not transferable, it is not sold or be given to another person because it is a crime under Nigerian law.
6. One must be successfully accredited with the Bio-modal Voter Accreditation System ( BVAS) used by the INEC to authenticate voters using their finger print on them.
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No accreditation, no voting on the election day.