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20 Apr 2017
2019 general elections - INEC to commence continuous voters registration.
12 Apr 2017
INEC suspends 205 staff, 70 others to be probed.
9 Apr 2017
2019 elections preparation - Gov. Wike criticises INEC over the deployment of officers.
6 Apr 2017
Alleged Diezani bribe - EFCC arraigns 3 INEC officials, 1 pleads guilty.
10 Mar 2017
INEC defends 2019 polls date.
6 Mar 2017
Rivers politics - Wike accuses INEC of plot to rig 2019 elections.
24 Feb 2017
INEC fixes November 18th, 2017 for Anambra governorship election.
27 Jan 2017
Senate President Bukola Saraki has named Ali Ndume as the new chairman of the committee on Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
17 Jan 2017
5 Jan 2017
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