How Do I Transfer My Vote Registration in Nigeria?
The Government of Nigeria through the INEC – Independent National Electoral Commission provides this facility to the nationals of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. By using this Vote transfer facility, the registered voters of Nigeria can transfer their permanent voter’s card to one place to another. For example, if you have moved to a new place for work or other reasons and planning stay there in that case you can transfer your Permanent Voter’s Card from the old place to the new place.Sponsored Links
How to Transfer a Registered Vote at INEC State Office?
- If you are planning to transfer your voter registration card or PVC to your newly moved place you can do it very easily by following these simple steps:
- If you are willing to transfer your vote then you must file an application in writing to the INEC – Independent National Electoral Commissioner of the State where you are residing now. It is better to apply 30 days prior to the date of the election.
- While sending the application you must attach your old or existing Voter’s card to the application.
- After getting your application form, the Independent National Electoral Commissioner will direct the local electoral officer to add your name in the transferred voters’ list.
- Once after adding your name in the transferred voters’ list, you will be issued a new Voter’s card.
How to Transfer Your Vote Registration at the Local INEC Office?
- Visit your nearest INEC office along with your Permanent Voter’s Card.
- Write an application addressing the Independent National Electoral Commissioner to transfer your vote to the new place.
- Submit the written application along with the photocopy of old Voter’s card.
- The local INEC officer will forward your application to the Independent National Electoral Commissioner office.
- After getting the approval from the Independent National Electoral Commissioner office the local INEC officer will issue you a new voter’s card by taking the old Voters card.