INEC Final List: Region and State by State Breakdown of Registered Voters, Other Details

 

 

 

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says there are 93.4 million registered voters in Nigeria

 

 

According to INEC, Lagos leads with 7,060,195 voters, followed by Kano with 5,921,370, and Kaduna with 4,335,208

 

By gender distribution, the number of male voters stands at 49,054,162, while female voters stand at 44,414,846

 

Ahead of the 2023 general elections, the Independent National Electoral Commission has released the final list of voters that will cast their ballots in the elections.

 

According to the electoral umpire, the northwest and southwest got the lion’s share of the 93.4 million eligible voters.

 

The voter register was presented at a meeting with leaders of political parties at the INEC headquarters, Abuja, by the commission’s chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, The Cable reports.

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Breakdown of the details

 

Number of registered voters in Nigeria – 93.4 million

 

Objections to the register – 53,000

 

 

North-West geopolitical zone – 22,255,562.

South-West – 17,958,966

North-Central – 15,363,731.

South-South – 14,440,714 registered voters

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North-East – 12,542,429

South-East -10,907,606

 

By gender

Men – 49,054,162 (52.5 per cent)

Female voters – 44,414,846 (47.5 per cent).

 

By states

Lagos – 7,060,195

Kano – 5,921,370

Kaduna – 4,335,208.

Abia – 2,120,808

Adamawa – 2,196,566

Akwa-Ibom – 2,357,418

Anambra – 2,656,437

Bauchi – 2,749,268

Bayelsa – 1,056,862

Benue – 2,777,727

Borno – 2,513,281

Cross River – 1,766,466

Delta – 3,221,697

Ebonyi – 1,597,646

Edo – 2,501,081

Ekiti – 987,647

Enugu – 2,112,793

FCT – 1,570,307

Gombe – 1,575,794

Imo – 2,419,922.

Jigawa – 2,351,298

Katsina – 3,516,719

Kebbi – 2,032,041

Kogi – 1,932,654

Kwara – 1,695,927

Nasarawa – 1,899,244

Niger – 2,698,344

 

Ogun – 2,688,305

Ondo – 1,991,344

Osun – 1,954,800

Oyo – 3,276,675

Plateau – 2,789,528

Rivers – 3,537,190

Sokoto – 2,172,056

Taraba – 2,022,374

Yobe – 1,485,146

Zamfara – 1,926,870.

 

Registered youths (18-34) – 37,060,399

 

Middle aged (35-49) – 33,413,591

Elderly (50-69) – 17,700,270;

Old (70+) – 5,294,748.

 

 

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