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Vote of thanks by the Chief Press Secretary to the INEC Chairman, Mr Rotimi Oyekanmi at workshop on INECs Processes, Innovations, Preparations for the 2023 Generation Election and Critical issues in the Electoral Act 2022 for Press Corps members. #NigeriaDecides2023 @DAIGlobal
DD planning and policy Mr. Chukwuemeka Nwachukwu speaking on the planning and Monitoring strategy by the Commission for effective monitoring of the electoral process come 2023 General election. #NigeriaDecides2023 @DAIGlobal European Union in Nigeria
Director Health and Services Dr. G.N Ajoku speaking on Conducting Elections under Health emergency and the preparations of the commission going into the 2023 General Election.
Director Election Party and Monitoring Aminu Idris reacting to issues raised concerning regulations on Party funding, income and expenditure of the Political Parties according to the provision of the law. Electoral Act 2022 #NigeriaDecides2023
Director, Legal Drafting and Clearance Department, O.O Babalola (Mrs) responding to issues raised on Nomination of candidates by Political Parties. @diaglobal European Union in Nigeria
Director L&P Tanimu Inuwa SAN responding to issues raised by participants on Pré election matters and clarification on the provision of the Law in regards to nomination of candidates by political parties @diaglobal
PhotoNews: DG. TEI Dr. Saad Usman responding to issues raised concerning training and evaluation process of Adhoc Staff for the 2023 General Election e.I Process and Procedure,Practical simulation of BVAS, and Clear penalties for violators.
credible elections which will in turn increase the acceptance of the electoral processes and outcomes in the 2023 General Election and beyond. Most importantly, INEC will continue to evolve and improve on the electoral process vis-à-vis international best practices
The Electoral Act, 2022 is a laudable effort to bring the Nigerian electoral process up to standard with countries all over the world, and meet the aspirations of Nigerians. It is believed that the provisions of the Act will guarantee the delivery of free, fair, transparent and
Director, Legal Drafting and Clearance Department O.O Babalola (Mrs) speaking on Quest for credible 2023 Polls: Reflections on the electoral Act 2022 at the ongoing workshop. @EUinNigeria @DAIGlobal #NigeriaDecides2023
The structure of judicial redress also provides for a right of appeal from tribunals or courts to intermediate appellate courts and finally to the Supreme Court. @EUinNigeria
The Constitution and the Electoral Act provide for filing of pre-election matters and election petitions to challenge results of primaries and elections on the grounds well spelt out therein. @DAIGlobal
Directior L&P Department, Tanimu Inuwa SAN speaking on Litigation: issues and Challenges Towards 2023 General Election. The electoral process in Nigeria has robust provisions for election disputes resolution through the election tribunals and courts #NigeriaDecides2023
The virtual Library located at the institute was set up to achieve the goal of online training. The institute I can assure you is poised to play its role to ensure that all Adhoc staff are effectively and qualitatively trained.
DG TEI , Dr Saad Umar at the ongoing two-day Capacity Building workshop on the Commission Processes,Innovations,Preparations for the 2023 General Election Critical issues in the Electoral Act 2022 for Press Corps Members #NigeriaDecides2023 @DAIGlobal
Day2: Recap by DD Voter Education Mrs Mary Nkem at the ongoing two-day Capacity Building workshop on the Commission,Processes,Innovations,Preparations for the 2023 General Election &Critical issues in the Electoral Act 2022 for Press Corps Members #NigeriaDecides2023 @DAIGlobal
Participants @ ongoing awareness workshop for staff of the Commission @TLM_Nigeria
This is an irreducible requirement in a participatory democracy. Participation in electioneering process is a legal and fundamental entitlement of all qualified citizens. @EU_SDGN @EUinNigeria @DAIGlobal #NigeriaDecides2023
to promote their access and participation as the nation gets set for another general election come 2023, is a fundamental response to legal demands for citizens’ freedom of rights to participation.
Ag.Director Gender Inclusivity Mrs Lakunuya Dorothy Bello speaking on mainstreaming Gender Inclusive issues towards 2023 General Election Integrating the issues of the disadvantaged groups, especially women, youth, & persons with disability into the mainstream electoral process
Director VEP Mr. Ayodele Aluko speaking on INECs Strategy for improved voter Awareness, Participation & media partnership for 2023 General Election at the ongoing workshop. #NigeriaDecides2023 @EU_SDGN @EUinNigeria @DAIGlobal
Mrs. Lakunuya Bello, Director (G&I), represented by Mr. Samuel Bassey, Assistant Director, COS, stating the objectives of the ongoing awareness workshop for staff of the Commission to promote inclusive society for people affected by Leprosy in the electoral process. @TLM_Nigeria
PhotoNews Panelists responding to the issues raised by some members of the Press Corp at the ongoing workshop #NigeriaDecides2023 @EU_SDGN euinnigeria @DAIGlobal
Goodwill message by The Leprosy Mission Nigeria (TLMN) Ambassador, Chief Chike Opkala (aka Chief Zebrudaya) @ the ongoing awareness workshop for staff of the Commission to promote inclusive society for people affected by Leprosy in the electoral process. @TLM_Nigeria
Opening remarks by National Commissioner & Chair OPC, Prof. Kunle Ajayi represented by Mrs. Ndidi Okafor, D.D CSO, INEC @ the ongoing awareness workshop for staff of the Commission to promote inclusive society for people affected by Leprosy in the electoral process. @TLM_Nigeria
Goodwill message by the Executive Secretary, National Human Rights Commission(NHRC) represented by Mrs. Fidelia Osemeata @ the ongoing awareness workshop for staff of the Commission to promote inclusive society for people affected by Leprosy in the electoral process. @TLM_Nigeria
PhotoNews: Questions and Comments by participants at the ongoing workshop on INECs Processes, Innovations, Preparations for the 2023 Generation Election and Critical issues in the Electoral Act 2022 for Press Corps members. @EU_SDGN @EUinNigeria @DAIGlobal #NigeriaDecides2023
Director, Voter Registry INEC Engr. Iro Gambo speaking on CVR: The Journey Towards 2023 General Election at the ongoing workshop on INECs Processes, Innovations, Preparations for the 2023 General Election #NigeriaDecides2023
Director, Voter Registry INEC Engr. Iro Gambo speaking on CVR: The Journey Towards 2023 General Election at the ongoing workshop on INECs Processes, Innovations, Preparations for the 2023 General Election #NigeriaDecides2023
Director, EOps A.T Yusuf represented by Mohammed Aliyu Fufore. AD Electoral process, EOps workshop on INECs Processes, Innovations, Preparations for the 2023 General Election #NigeriaDecides2023
Director, ICT Engnr. Paul Omokore speaking on Deepening Use of technology towards 2023 General Election workshop on INECs Processes, Innovations, Preparations for the 2023 Generation Election&Critical issues in the Electoral Act 2022 for Press Corps members. #NigeriaDecides2023
which was hitherto an administrative decision provided in the Commission’s Regulations and Guidelines for the Conduct of Elections. Festus Okoye Esq National Commissioner & Chair IVEC
The Electoral Act 2022 has validated the technological innovations deployed by the Commission. It cemented the place of the smart card/Bimodal Voter Accreditation system(BVAS) in the voter accreditation process,
state elections. The constitution and electoral Act 2022 are clear and equivocal on what political parties and candidates must do and must not do during periods designated for campaigns and rallies. #NigeriaDecides2023
National Commissioner & Chair IVEC Festus Okoye Esq speaking on Constitutional and Legal Issues In Democratic Elections in Nigeria Political Parties will start their Campaign on 28th September 2022 for Presidential and National Assembly Elections and on the 4th October 2022 for
The workshop main objective is to enlighten and broaden the participants knowledge about the Commission's processes and procedures, innovations, critical aspects of the new electoral Act.
Without intelligence gathering, or relevant information that it will leverage on reporting will become mere contentious and speculations. our press corps members must have a clear understanding of the Commission's functions and the existence laws governing all its activities.
It is clear that the media by its nature and functions is the most vital entity with the capability to facilitate public understanding of not only the Commission's functions and actions, but also the entire electoral architecture. Rotimi Oyekanmi CPS to Hon. Chairman INEC,
The next few months promised to be very busy for the Commission as it works to deliver what would be the best elections ever.Finally, I appeal to my colleagues here to make the most of this workshop. Chairman INEC Press Corp, Segun Ojumu #NigeriaDecides2023
We will like the commission to respond even quicker to issues as they come up in the weeks and months ahead. A lot of fake news, misinformation disinformation have found their way to the media space. The Commission must be in charge of its narrative.
The Commission is conscious of the critical  role of the media in our  political and electoral process and  believes that democracy will only grow and flourish through adherence by the media to professional and ethical standards.
The role of the media, especially the INEC Press Corp in the electoral process is to avail the stakeholders timely and relevant information pertaining to the electoral process; Prof. Mahmood Yakubu Represented by Festus Okoye Esq
event also demonstrates the importance and critical role of the Fourth Estate in amplifying INEC’s public outreach and awareness raising endeavours. Rudolf Elbling Team Leader DAI #NigeriaDecides2023
The event is a crucial demonstration of INEC’s strong commitment to transparency, and in ensuring that the public is and remains well informed about INEC’s stewardship of the electoral process. The
Goodwill message by Team leader DAI, Rudolf Elbling at the ongoing workshop on INECs Processes, Innovations, Preparations for the 2023 Generation Election and Critical issues in the Electoral Act 2022 for Press Corps members. #NigeriaDecides2023
the media has a duty to mobilize, sensitize and enlighten the electorate on all electoral processes by educating them on their responsibilities to perform their civic roles, to vote for any candidate of their choice.
The media dictates public tastes, decides what the public should know how when it should be known or decide what is fair enough for public consumption.Also,it is the role of the media to ensure that the principles of fairness and balance in the coverage Segun Agbaje REC Lagos
Welcome remarks by REC Lagos State Mr. Segun Agbaje OON at the ongoing workshop on INECs Processes, Innovations, Preparations for the 2023 Generation Election and Critical issues in the Electoral Act 2022 for Press Corps members.
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