YIAGA AFRICA’S Watching The Vote Mid-Day Situational Press Conference on the 2019 Presidential Election

Mid-day Situational Press Statement (as of 12 noon Saturday 23 February 2019) Introduction Ladies and Gentlemen, distinguished guests – welcome to the YIAGA AFRICA Watching The Vote (WTV)’s Mid-day Situational Press Statement on the ongoing Presidential Election. This briefing is the third in a series of planned press conferences to be hosted by YIAGA AFRICA.…

YIAGA AFRICA WATCHING THE VOTE STATEMENT ON INEC’S PREPAREDNESS FOR THE RESCHEDULED ELECTIONS AND WTV DEPLOYMENT PLAN

Ladies and Gentlemen, distinguished guests – welcome to the YIAGA AFRICA Watching The Vote (WTV)’s Press Conference on INEC’s preparedness for the elections and WTV observation plans for the presidential election on 23 February 2019. This briefing is the second in a series of planned press conferences to be hosted by YIAGA AFRICA. We’d like…

2019 Polls: Welcome to #WatchingTheVote Parallel Vote Tabulation National Data Center

In Nigeria, the largest citizen movement committed to credible elections has set-up a huge Parallel Vote Tabulation National data center for the 2019 Presidential election. The aim according to the Project Director, Cynthia Mbamalu is to provide accurate and timely elections data, verifying accuracy of elections result and building citizens’ confidence in the process. The…

Election Postponement, Implications and Need to Remain Patriotic – Moshood Isah

The flurry of reactions that trailed the sudden postponement of the Presidential and National Assembly elections is no doubt a huge sign that its implication on election stakeholders is immeasurable. While the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has craved the indulgence of Nigerians saying the rescheduling of the elections is to able the commission address…

2019: YIAGA AFRICA Hosts Watching The Vote Media RoundTable, Charges on Data-Driven Journalism 

The Executive Director YIAGA AFRICA, Samson Itodo yesterday charged journalists across electronic, print and online media to invest time and energy in data-driven journalism ahead of the 2019 general elections saying that quality of elections is best analyzed using credible and accurate data. Mr Itodo said this on Saturday during YIAGA AFRICA’s Watching The Vote…