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INEC Voter Status Verification System

Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Nigeria Voter Status Verification System

Related / Similar Facility : INEC Polling Units Search Nigeria

How To Check Voter Status?

** You can check your voter status by entering your details in the form on this page
** You can use your Voter’s Identification Number (VIN) or your name and date of birth to locate your registration.


For help, please call: 0700-CALL-INEC / 0700-2255-4632


What is INEC?
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was established by the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to organize elections in various political offices in the country.

What are the functions of INEC?
** Conduct elections to elective offices except those of Local Government Areas of the thirty-six (36) States of the Federation;
** Compile and maintain the register of voters and issue Voters’ Cards;
** Conduct any referendum required in line with the 1999 Constitution or any other Act of the National Assembly;
** Delimit electoral constituencies;
** Register and de-registers political parties;
** Monitor the organization and operations of all political parties;
** Arrange for annual examination and auditing of the finances of political parties;
** Monitor the campaigns of political parties;
** Carry out recall proceedings where voters can remove an elected representative in the State or National Assembly from office if they are not satisfied with the representative’s performance;
** Provide rules and guidelines for its operations and the operation and conduct of political parties;
** Promote knowledge of sound democratic processes;
** Conduct voter and civic education;
** Ensure that all Electoral Commissioners, Electoral and Returning Officers take and subscribe to oaths of office prescribed by law; delegate any of its powers to any Resident Electoral Commissioner; and carry out such other functions as may be conferred upon it by an Act of the National Assembly;
** Train electoral personnel, electoral research and documentation;
** Provide technical assistance to SIECs.

What are the functions of the ICCC?
INEC engages the public directly through INEC Citizens Contact Centre (ICCC) to enhance transparency and participation in the electoral process.

The centre offers the public constant access to the Commission with enquiries and exchange of information:
i. Covers all Commission’s events and upload in real time on all social media platforms;
ii. Surf the internet daily to pick out content relating to INEC for necessary action;
iii. Take complaint from citizens and also provide feedback via the Commission’s hotlines and social media platforms;
iv. Send INEC’s Notices, Statements, Clarifications, rebuttals on the website and all social media platforms;
v. Compliment the situation room staff during elections;
vi. Online voter education on INEC social media platforms.

Which organization is empowered to register political parties?

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). The Commission is empowered to register Political Parties if they meet the following conditions:

I. The names and addresses of its national officers must be registered with INEC;
II. Its governing body must have members from at least two thirds of Nigeria (ie from at least 24 states).
III. Every citizen of Nigeria must be free to join the association irrespective of place of origin, birth, ethnicity, sex or religion;
IV. Provision of the minutes of the meeting of members of its National Executive Committee indicating approval and adoption of the name, constitution, manifesto and symbol/logo of the proposed political party;
V. A copy of its Constitution must be registered with the Commission;
VI. The name and symbol or logo of the association must not contain any ethnic or religious representation/idea;
VII. The headquarters of the association must be situated in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja;
VIII. Its constitution must stipulate holding of regular elections for its executive and governing bodies.

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  1. please,I want to check my ID numbers on my voters card.

  2. My name is Grace Victoria Egeolu, I had my (PVC) when I am not married, now that I am married I have to do new one with the name above and I have been given a slip for collections of my Voters Card till now I have not been able to collect it. How do I go about it.

  3. it is very unfortunate that up til this moment no inec official at my polling unite school of deaf and dum.check

  4. I want to locate my pulling unit

  5. how do i locate my polling unit for vin 90f5 AEB8 7B29 5688 801

    1. how can I check my voters card ID?

  6. I can found the voters status form here.

  7. Can students be allow to collect their pvc now. Since they have code schools.

  8. I registered in old parade ground 2022 and cannot find my PVE please help


    They can find my card

  10. I want check My name

  11. Onogberie oghale blessing

    My name is onogberie oghale blessing from delta state uvwie ugborikoko VIN90F5B167DD296XXXXXX delimitation 10-22-05-005 created 2022-02-09-09:55:16 and my last 5digit of BVN is63874

  12. Pls I did not fund my card

  13. Ikwuka Benjamin Colman.

    I applied for replacement of my lost PVC and uploaded my pictures as required only to be told at collection center that my pictures were rejected. I weep for my country Nigeria.

  14. Kotun olalekan Joseph

    I want to retrieve my VIN number

  15. How can I get my PVC

    1. how can i get my PVC i participated in the last registration and upstill now no response

  16. How do I transfer my polling units.

  17. How can I collect my PVC

  18. How do I transfer my polling unit

  19. How to get my registration status to get my details for my PVC collection

  20. Onyonyori wisdom okpare

    Please I lose my pvc I do I get another one

  21. George Karina Carolina

    my voters card got lost.

  22. Apuonwu Chioma Elizabeth

    I Apuonwn chioma Elizabeth I forget my date of birth and also I lost my vote card

    Please what do I do

  23. Anidiobi Emeka Emmanuel

    replacement of my pvc

  24. adeyemi suenu, abiodun

    i lost my voters card and i cant remember the verification number

  25. Oteniara Wasilat woleola

    Please how can I get my Vin number

    1. Innocent Chigushime Samuel

      I lost my PVC card and I cannot remember my diatels

  26. Please I lost my permanent voters id,how do I replace it

    1. Kareem Morufu Akinwale

      Please I lost my pvc how do I get another one


    How can i get my VIN Number.

  28. How do I retrieve my voters identification number?

  29. How can I get my VIN Number?

  30. i have not received my last 5 digit number is96584

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