October 2, 2022

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FCT, AbujaThe centre for research on the development of African media, governance and society (CEREDEMS Africa) and Positive Agenda Nigeria (PAN) has revealed plans to monitor the political campaigns for the 2023 general elections.
In a statement sent to legit.ng, the group said it has over 100 volunteers in the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory.
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Mustapha Muhammad, the executive director of the CEREDEMS-Africa, said arrangement has been made by the centre to execute the project, which is tagged:
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The group hinted that the project commenced on Tuesday, September 20, while launching of CEREDEMS-Africa and will officially unveil the project with the theme:
Mustapha disclosed that no less than 100 volunteers have been recruited out of the 500 applicants who applied for the project throughout the country.
He added that Professor Lai Oso, former dean, school of communication, Lagos state university and immediate ex-president of the association of communication scholars and practitioners of Nigeria (ACSPN), will deliver the keynote speech.
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Recall that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has fixed September 28 as the official date for the commencement of political campaigns for the 2023 presidential election.
In a related update, legit.ng reported that INEC has removed more than one million voters from its register ahead of the 2023 general elections
The commission has said that during a clean-up of the voters, double, multiple and underaged registrations were discovered and deleted
However, you can check if your name is still on the INEC voter register either by waiting for the commission to publish the full list in its offices across the states, visiting its website or sending SMS to the phone number the commission made available

Source: Legit.ng
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