Nigerian Presidential Election 2023 Date & INEC 2023 Election Timetable (PDF Download)

INEC Governorships Election 2023

Are you among those that have been asking for the Nigerian Presidential Election 2023 Date and also wanted to get INEC 2023 Election Timetable? well, if you’re in this category then further no more. Yes, if no longer a rumor if the 2023 Nigerian Presidential Election will hold or not. The Nigerian Presidential Election 2023 Date has been fixed and the next which is also the Governorship election 2023 has also been fixed as well.

The Nigerian Presidential Election is 11 days to go! Nigeria Decides 2023 With your PVC you have the power to make a difference. Remember; No voting by proxy. INEC is committed to ensuring that the 2023 General Election will be our best election ever. You will also play an important role in ensuring that Nigerians have a pleasant experience during the election process.

Are you voting for the first time in the upcoming Nigerian Presidential Election 2023? Do you know your Polling Unit? if your answer is No, then Use the link below to locate your Polling Unit ahead of the #NigeriaDecides2023 election.

The Hon. Chairman INEC, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, and members of the Commission met with leaders of political parties to discuss matters relating to the upcoming #NigeriaDecides2023 election.

Please remember, INEC is not a political party. INEC has no candidate in the election. Our commitment is to the process and we will make sure that the process is what we say it should be so that the choice made by Nigerians will determine the outcome of the process.

The Electoral Institute (TEI) of INEC with support from IFESNigeria has developed an e-learning website and App called INEC E-SCHOOL. The goal of the platform is to enhance the overall effectiveness of electoral training.

Nigerian Presidential Election 2023 Date

The Nigerian Presidential and National Assembly Election 2023 Date is Saturday 25th February 2023 also the Governorship and House of Assembly Election date is on Saturday 11th March 2023.

The use of BVAS in the #NigeriaDecides2023 election is aimed at improving the transparency of the voting process. It will be used to verify the identity of a voter through his/her biometric data, such as fingerprint or facial recognition.

For the 2023 Nigerian General Election, the Commission recruit 707, 384 Presiding Officers & Assistant Presiding Officers, about 17, 685 Supervisory Presiding Officers, 9,620 Collation/Returning Officers, as well as 530,538 PU Security Officials, making a total of 1,265,227.

INEC 2023 Election Timetable (PDF Download)

In accordance with the Timetable and Schedule of Activities for the 2023 General Election, the Commission on Monday 30th January published the “Notice of Poll”, the 12th out of 14 activities on the schedule. This leaves only 2 more activities: The last Day of the Campaigns


Nigerian Presidential Election 2023 Voting Procedure

Listed below are guidelines for the 2023 Nigerian General Election voting guides.

  1. The Nigerian Presidential Election 2023 Voting Starts at 8: 30am
  2. Present your PVC for accreditation using BVAS
  3. Check and be sure that your name is on the Register of voters in that Polling Unit
  4. Get authentication with the BVAS through finger-print or facials
  5. Once accredited, you will be issued a ballot paper
  6. Go to the voting cubicle to make your choice in secret and drop the marked ballot paper in the ballot box
  7. You can leave or stay 300 meters away from the voting area to witness vote sorting and counting


The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in the exercise of its powers under Section 40(2) of the Electoral Act, 2022 has allotted voters from overcrowded polling units to less congested polling units within the same location to promote a more pleasant and stress-free voting experience on Election Day.
Please visit the INEC’s Voter Verification System on: or to check your name on the register of voters and confirm the location of your polling unit where you will vote on Election Day.
Furthermore, the list of registered voters in the 176,846 polling units nationwide will be on display at each polling unit prior to Election Day.
Eligible voters are encouraged to visit their polling units to check for their name on the register and confirm the location of their polling unit where they will vote on Election Day.

For further inquiries contact

See Also; INEC Recruitment Portal 2023/2024 Application Form Portal |



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