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Ekiti Pre-Election Report
Ekiti Election; Another Litmus test for INEC on the Adoption of Technology June 18, 2022, Ekiti governorship election will  be the second governorship election where  the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System  (BVAS) will be deployed for the accreditation  of voters. The BVAS has been deployed for the  accreditation of voters in the Isoko-South 1  State Constituency...
DOWNLOAD PREO 4 REPORT BELOW EKITI POLLS PRE ELECTION OBSERVATION REPORT 4      
DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT HERE The July 14 governorship election in Ekiti State, South West Nigeria is critical for many reasons especially because it is one of the few governorship elections that would be conducted before the 2019 general elections. Hence, it is a test-run for the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)’s preparedness to conduct a...
YIAGA Africa’s WatchingTheVote has encouraged the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Ekiti state, to increase its Voter education campaign to reduce Vote buying. This is contained the WTV second Pre-Election Observation report released to the public as the report also recommends that Political parties should adhere to electoral laws during campaigns. Read report of...
KEY FINDINGS FROM REPORTING PERIOD ONE- May 25 – June 7, 2018 SUMMARY FINDINGS YIAGA AFRICA in conducting a comprehensive, long-term pre-election observation of Ekiti 2018 Governorship election under the Watching the Vote (WTV) project deployed 24 long term observers in the 16 Local Government Areas in the State to observe the pre-election environment. This...

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