The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has gotten 2,449,648 applications since the Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) began on June 28.
In the week after week update, 1,923,725 Nigerians finished their online pre-enrollment as at 7a.m. on Monday, August 16.
INEC said 315,791 residents finished their on the web/face to face or actual enlistment in the last three weeks.
The 2,449,648 applications got involve those looking for elector move, demands for substitution of Permanent Voter Cards (PVC), update of citizen data record, among others.
The sex distribution showed that 1,370,469 were male, 1,079,179 female; 28,789 candidates, were individuals with disability.
The age distribution uncovered 1,592,178 were youth matured somewhere in the range of 18 and 34 years of age; 585,802 were moderately aged somewhere in the range of 35 and 49 years.
Furthermore, 238,606 were the old, between age 50 and 69, while 33,062 were old people matured 70 and above.
The sex distribution for the 315,791 people that had finished their enrollment showed 176,379 were male, and 139,412 female; 3,554 were Persons living with disability.
In the enlistment type, 126,936 candidates began with online enrollment, while 188,855 candidates began and finished the interaction with physical registration.
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