Indications have unfold that many Nigerians might not be registered in the ongoing Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC voter’s registration exercise as it will end on Sunday 31, 2022 following the overwhelming crowd in the various registration centres nationwide on daily basis.
Congress gathered in a visit to some registration centres nationwide that poor staffing and inadequate registration centres may rob some many legible voters from being registered as the process winds up on Sunday.
However, the rush for Nigerian youths to get registered has shown that youths and Christians in the country had gotten more political awareness.
The scramble to be registered by these teaming youths had also given sleepless night to some presidential candidates in the 2023 general election, especially candidates of APC and PDP.
Many stranded citizens in various registration centres appealed for extension of time to enable legible Nigerians nationwide to get registered in the ongoing voter’s registration exercise in the country.
It was learnt that despite the teeming crowd some registration centres have only one machine and two staff, while some others have two machines and few staff.