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Lost Voters Card: How to Find, Replace Lost or Damaged Nigeria Voters Card

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Lost Voters Card: How to Find, Replace Lost or Damaged Nigeria Voters Card

Lost Voters Card: May at times most people have been searching for how to replaced their lost or damaged voters card. It is pertinent to know that once your Voters Card is lost or damaged you will not allow to take part in any election processes across the nation, Nigeria.

In this article I have written down a well define steps on how to Find, replace your lost or damaged voters card. On that note I urge you to take a careful look at it.

Also, be aware that a valid voters register with each voter having a voters card is a must to ensure that elections are free and fair.Lost Voters Card: How to Find, Replace Lost or Damaged Nigeria Voters Card

Similarly, a person must possess a voters card in order to be accredited or allowed to vote during an election process. Thus the voters name can be checked easily by the Presiding Officer on the polling unit.

It is therefore, important that a person keeps his voters card safely, to prevent loss or damage.

However, if a person losses his card or if it is damaged, INEC can replace it with just following the simple steps below:

How to Check Your lost Voters Card Online

  1. First, Go to the official website of INEC via http://voterreg.inecnigeria.org/
  2. On the form Fill in the state where you made the registration
  3. Enter your surname
  4. Enter your VIN Number if you have written it somewhere Else
  5. Also, Enter your date of Birth
  6. Finally, Click Search
  7. Print the the copy and take it to INEC registration office and INEC will replaced your Lost Voters Card

Note: If the information entered are correct your details including your VIN number will be displayed at the right hand side of your computer.

You can check your voter status by entering your details in the form on this page.

Similarly, you can also check your voter status by sending an SMS with your State, Last name, Voter Identification Number (VIN) to any of the numbers below
081-7164-6879

Format: State, Last name, VIN
Example: Kogi, Solomon, 10877

Meanwhile, you should receive a response within 15 minutes.

Please note that:
– Text messages are charged at the local network rates.

See INEC Abuja Address

Headquarters:
INEC
Plot 436 Zambezi Crescent
Maitama District
FCT, Abuja
NIGERIA

Originally posted 2018-07-13 15:05:18.

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