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March 13, 2015

INTERIM OBSERVATION REPORT ON THE FIELD TESTING OF THE SMART CARD READER MACHINES (SRC) BY YIAGA

Issued on 10th March 2015. In pursuit of its goal of enhancing the quality of electoral processes through citizens’ oversight Advocacy, Growth & Advancement (YIAGA) deployed 195 observers to the 12 locations where the field test of the card reader machines held.

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February 24, 2015

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS FROM THE SENATE’S MEETING WITH INEC CHAIRMAN, AND FAQ ON THE USE OF CARD READER developed by Enough is Enough Nigeria.

Excerpts from Prof. Attahiru Jega’s Questions and Answers Session in the Senate, and the Advantages/Frequently Asked Questions on the use of Card Reader in the 2015 General Elections by Enough is Enough Nigeria.

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February 17, 2015

NIGERIA’S POLL SHIFT: IMPLICATIONS AND CONCERNS

The postponement of Nigeria’s 2015 elections from the initial date of 14 and 28 February to 28 March and 11 April by INEC may have shaken confidence in the electoral process and throws up political, economic and diplomatic consequences.  

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February 16, 2015

A VOTER’S GUIDE TO PARTICIPATION IN THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTION

Policy and Legal Advocacy Centre (PLAC) has published a voter education material about the voting procedure of the 2015 General Elections. To view/download, click >>> A Voter’s Guide to Participation in the 2015 General Election

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February 10, 2015

ELECTION SECURITY THREAT ASSESSMENT (9th Edition) BY CLEEN FOUNDATION

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Some Data On The Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs)

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