- Nigerians will be able to access the manifestos of the 18 presidential candidates ahead of the 2023 general elections scheduled for February 2023
- A statement on the MoU signed by the NTA, CABN and HCCL revealed that the aspirants will sign the manifestos publicly and upload them on the portal of summitofpoliticalparties.org
- The statement added that this would allow Nigerians to make a proper choice during electioneering as it would be accessible for public scrutiny from the first day of November
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FCT, Abuja - The Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), in partnership with Credible Alliance for Better Nigeria (CABN) and Havel Corporate Concept Limited (HCCL), will be broadcasting the presentation of the manifesto of the 18 presidential candidates in the 2023 general elections.
This was contained in a statement sent to legit.ng and signed by the national coordinator and chairman of the local organising committee, Ahmed Badanga.
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The statement added that the presentation of the manifestos will commence on Tuesday, November 1.
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It added that the manifesto presentation will be publicly signed by the aspirants and uploaded on summitofpoliticalparties.org, where Nigerians can easily access them and follow up on the manifesto.
It added that platform is a citizen’s participation’s platform to ensure that electoral leaders fulfil their campaign promises to the people.
2023 elections: 3 ways to check your name on INEC voter register
Legit.ng earlier reported that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has removed more than one million voters from its register ahead of the 2023 general elections.
The commission has said that during a clean-up of the voters, double, multiple and underaged registrations were discovered and deleted.
The electoral body, in a statement on Monday, September 12, said the affected persons are people that registered between June 2021 and January 2022.
However, you can check if your name is still on the INEC voter register either by waiting for the commission to publish the full list in its offices across the states, visiting its website or sending SMS to the phone number the commission made available.