INEC projects 20 million new voters as CVR begins

 

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will commence Continuous Voter Registration today (Monday) in preparation for the 2023 general elections.

 

Remember that the commission added 56, 872 new polling stations around the country.

 

It had also granted accreditation to 31 organizations to monitor the CVR, with 20 additional applications pending.

 

According to the commission, at least 20 million additional voters will be registered during the registration period, which will last over a year and end in the third quarter of 2022.

 

INEC had stated it will send 5346 officials to 2673 registration centers, threatening to prosecute anyone who gave fake information during the procedure.

 

Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, the chairman of INEC, also stressed the need of personnel security.

 

“We are concerned about security difficulties in some sections of the country,” he stated. The commission intends to send 5346 personnel to 2673 registration centers. What happens if one of these employees is kidnapped?

 

“Our responsibility is to conduct credible election and also protect our staff. The security agencies are also facing challenges and there have been concerns that INEC officials might be target of criminals.”

 

He said the commission had also made robust provisions for Internally Displaced Persons who might have misplaced their Permanent Voter Cards due to insecurity.

 

The INEC boss stressed the need for massive advocacy and publicity to ensure that citizens are familiar with the new polling units ahead of the 2023 general elections.

 

“The success of the exercise depends to a considerable extent on citizens’ awareness through voter education. There will be new registrants, requests for intra-State and inter-State transfers as well as the replacement of voters’ cards as provided by law.

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  1. Britain’s financial regulator has said Binance, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges, cannot conduct any regulated activity and issued a warning to consumers about the platform, which is coming under growing scrutiny globally.

    In a notice dated June 25, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said Binance Markets Ltd, Binance’s only regulated UK entity, “must not, without the prior written consent of the FCA, carry out any regulated activities… with immediate effect”.

    It also issued a warning to consumers about Binance Markets and the wider Binance group.

    Binance said in a statement that Binance Markets, which it acquired in 2020, was not yet using its regulatory permissions, and that the FCA’s move would not impact services offered on its Binance.com website.

    “We take a collaborative approach in working with regulators and we take our compliance obligations very seriously. We are actively keeping abreast of changing policies, rules and laws in this new space,” a spokesperson said.

    Binance announced in June last year that it had bought an FCA-regulated entity and would use it to offer cryptocurrency trading services using pounds and euros.

    AUTHORISATION

    While trading of cryptocurrencies is not directly regulated in Britain, offering services such as trading in cryptocurrency derivatives does require authorisation.

    The FCA has told Binance that by June 30 it must display a notice stating “BINANCE MARKETS LIMITED IS NOT PERMITTED TO UNDERTAKE ANY REGULATED ACTIVITY IN THE UK” on its website and social media channels.

    It must also secure and preserve all records relating to UK consumers and inform the FCA this has been done by July 2.

    The regulator did not explain why it had taken these measures.

    British citizens will still be able to access Binance’s services in other jurisdictions.

    The FCA is stepping up its oversight of cryptocurrency trading, which has soared in popularity in Britain along with other countries around the globe.

    Since January, the FCA has required all firms offering cryptocurrency-related services to register and show they comply with anti-money laundering rules. However earlier this month it said that just five firms had registered, and that the majority were not yet compliant.

    Japan’s regulator said on June 25 that Binance was operating in the country illegally, a notice posted on Japan’s Financial Services Agency website showed.

    Last month, Bloomberg reported that officials from the U.S. Justice Department and Internal Revenue Service who probe money laundering and tax offences had sought information from individuals with insight into Binance’s business.

    In April, Germany’s financial regulator BaFin said the exchange risked being fined for offering digital tokens without an investor prospectus.

  2. According to the commission, at least 20 million additional voters will be registered during the registration period, which will last over a year and end in the third quarter of 2022.

  3. Arise, o compatriots, Nigeria’s call obey to serve our fatherland with love and strength and faith the labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain to serve with heart and might one nation bound in freedom peace and unity. O God of creation direct our noble cause guide thou our leaders right

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    INEC projects 20 million new voters as CVR begins

    The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will commence Continuous Voter Registration today (Monday) in preparation for the 2023 general elections.

    Remember that the commission added 56, 872 new polling stations around the country.

    It had also granted accreditation to 31 organizations to monitor the CVR, with 20 additional applications pending.

    According to the commission, at least 20 million additional voters will be registered during the registration period, which will last over a year and end in the third quarter of 2022.

    INEC had stated it will send 5346 officials to 2673 registration centers, threatening to prosecute anyone who gave fake information during the procedure.

    Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, the chairman of INEC, also stressed the need of personnel security.

    “We are concerned about security difficulties in some sections of the country,” he stated. The commission intends to send 5346 personnel to 2673 registration centers. What happens if one of these employees is kidnapped?

    “Our responsibility is to conduct credible election and also protect our staff. The security agencies are also facing challenges and there have been concerns that INEC officials might be target of criminals.”

    He said the commission had also made robust provisions for Internally Displaced Persons who might have misplaced their Permanent Voter Cards due to insecurity.

    The INEC boss stressed the need for massive advocacy and publicity to ensure that citizens are familiar with the new polling units ahead of the 2023 general elections.

    “The success of the exercise depends to a considerable extent on citizens’ awareness through voter education. There will be new registrants, requests for intra-State and inter-State transfers as well as the replacement of voters’ cards as provided by law.

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    “We take a collaborative approach in working with regulators and we take our compliance obligations very seriously. We are actively keeping abreast of changing policies, rules and laws in this new space,” a spokesperson said.

    Binance announced in June last year that it had bought an FCA-regulated entity and would use it to offer cryptocurrency trading services using pounds and euros.

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    While trading of cryptocurrencies is not directly regulated in Britain, offering services such as trading in cryptocurrency derivatives does require authorisation.

    The FCA has told Binance that by June 30 it must display a notice stating “BINANCE MARKETS LIMITED IS NOT PERMITTED TO UNDERTAKE ANY REGULATED ACTIVITY IN THE UK” on its website and social media channels.

    It must also secure and preserve all records relating to UK consumers and inform the FCA this has been done by July 2.

    The regulator did not explain why it had taken these measures.

    British citizens will still be able to access Binance’s services in other jurisdictions.

    The FCA is stepping up its oversight of cryptocurrency trading, which has soared in popularity in Britain along with other countries around the globe.

    Since January, the FCA has required all firms offering cryptocurrency-related services to register and show they comply with anti-money laundering rules. However earlier this month it said that just five firms had registered, and that the majority were not yet compliant.

    Japan’s regulator said on June 25 that Binance was operating in the country illegally, a notice posted on Japan’s Financial Services Agency website showed.

    Last month, Bloomberg reported that officials from the U.S. Justice Department and Internal Revenue Service who probe money laundering and tax offences had sought information from individuals with insight into Binance’s business.

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