The Governorship, State Houses of Assembly and FCT council Elections held on March 9, 2019 across the country. The election was marked by low voter turnout, violence, intervention of the military in some places, and killing of citizens who had come out to exercise their franchise. INEC offices in some states were burnt, citizens intimated, in our opinion citizens should not lose their lives for participating in election.
Following the postponement of the 2019 Presidential and National Assemble elections, the elections eventually held on the rescheduled date of 23rd February 2019 across Nigeria. We commend Nigerians for their
PRE-ELECTION PRESS BRIEFING BY CENTRE FOR TRANSPARENCY ADVOCACY (CTA) ON THE EVE OF THE RE-SCHEDULED PRESIDENTIAL AND NATIONAL ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 23RD FEBRUARY 2019, ABUJA.
OSUN STATE GUBERNATORIAL ELECTIONS SEPTEMBER 22ND 2018 CENTRE FOR TRANSPARENCY ADVOCACY SITUATION ROOM PRELIMINARY REPORT OF ELECTION OBSERVATION
The Osun Governorship election presented the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) with another opportunityto show to the Nigerian people its readiness to conduct a credible, free and fair election in 2019. INEC was also expected to put into practice lessons learnt from the recent Ekiti state gubernatorial election and steps it has taken to address some of the issues that the election threw up.
EKITI STATE GUBERNATORIAL ELECTIONS JULY 14TH 2018 – CENTRE FOR TRANSPARENCY ADVOCACY SITUATION ROOM PRELIMINARY REPORT OF ELECTION OBSERVATION
The build up to the July 14th, 2018Ekiti Gubernatorial election was characterized by unhealthy competition, accusations and counter accusations, hate speeches and violence- all of which contributed to creating an atmosphere of tension and fear as well as predictions of Armageddon.
PRESS STATEMENT ON THE ONGOING CONTINUOUS VOTER REGISTRATION BY INDEPENDENT SERVICE DELIVERY MONITORING GROUP (ISDMG) ON 16TH JUNE, 2017
PRESS STATEMENT ON THE ONGOING CONTINUOUS VOTER REGISTRATION BY THE ISDMG, CENTER FOR TRANSPARENCY ADVOCACY 16TH JUNE, 2017 The independent National Electoral Commission led by Prof. Mahmood Yakubu commenced the continuous voters’ registration on Thursday, 27th April 2017 to fulfill the provision of part 111 section 9-24 of the electoral Act 2010 (as amended), a departure from the […]
The ISDMG notes with great dismay the seeming non-challant attitude of Ministries, Departments and Agencies of Government to adequately adhere to the principles of the FOI Act.