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2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by bennybuhari: 11:10am On Aug 02, 2022
Ahead of the 2023 general elections, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has warned political parties in the country against violation of electoral timelines as ban on political campaigns is still in place.

Daily Independent observed that despite the ban by the electoral body, some parties have begun subtle campaigns.

In the timetable released by INEC earlier this year, the Presidential and National Assembly elections will hold on Saturday, February 25, 2023, followed by the Governorship and State Assembly elections on Saturday, March 11, 2023.

While restating that the ban on political campaigns is still in place, Rotimi Oyekanmi, the Chief Press Secretary (CPS) to the INEC Chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, in a chat with Daily Independent said no political party or candidate should embark on any form of campaign before the scheduled date when the ban will be lifted.

According to him, the campaign by political parties for the Presidential and National Assembly elections will begin on September 28, 2022.


He also said that political campaigns for the Governorship and State House of Assembly elections will commence on October 12, 2022.

He said, “To be sure, the commencement of campaign by political parties in public for the Presidential and National Assembly elections is on 28th September 2022, while that of Governorship and State Assembly elections is on 12th October 2022.

“No political party or individual is permitted to engage in campaigns for offices listed under the timetable and schedule of activities before these dates”.

https://independent.ng/ban-on-political-campaigns-still-in-force-inec-warns-parties/

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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by FreeStuffsNG: 11:13am On Aug 02, 2022
Noted.

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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by Abfinest007(m): 11:14am On Aug 02, 2022
Good another win for obidient.presidential election and national assembly election on same day will makes it more difficult for governors influence

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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by Quest7777: 11:14am On Aug 02, 2022
But at least we can warn Nigerians against voting for a sick old desperado bat... cool

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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by Pauldollars(m): 11:15am On Aug 02, 2022
Political campaigns are now online as most Nigerians and even in the Northern parts are having access to social media.
INEC cannot regulate social media campaigns as that would be virtually impossible

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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by Reinamaria(f): 11:19am On Aug 02, 2022
We can't help but be Obidient.
It is in our nature to be Obidient, because Obidience is better than sacrifice. smiley
So INEC, we will Obidiently obey your orders.

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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by Unzerious: 11:27am On Aug 02, 2022
Nigerians go hear? People wey never Chop go dey kee demselves for People who fit feed reach dia 5th generation sad

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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by hisexcellency34: 11:30am On Aug 02, 2022
Siddon there.. When Obidients have already done 50 percent campaign

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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by femisplash: 11:34am On Aug 02, 2022
Other parties have largely complied with INEC guidelines save for Obi supporters who have been caimpaigning since two months ago. By next month, powerful caimpaign machineries would set rolling and the noise makers would be drowned.

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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by WonderManly(m): 11:42am On Aug 02, 2022
Make i just dey observing,..

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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by seunaj: 1:46pm On Aug 02, 2022
May we take our lands back from the hands of the enemies of Nigeria. Inshallah

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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by 5iine: 1:46pm On Aug 02, 2022
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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by Theunbothered: 1:47pm On Aug 02, 2022
But Tinubu's and some PDP candidate's campaign materials have been all over Lagos since February.

INEC is only good at talking.
Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by opalu: 1:47pm On Aug 02, 2022
Ok
Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by Throwback: 1:48pm On Aug 02, 2022
The campaigns will reveal who is empty and who is full of achievements.

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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by Nobody: 1:49pm On Aug 02, 2022
Peter Obi and Ahmed Datti is a movement.
Loved by Nigerians, hated by bigots. Thank God the bigots are inconsequential.

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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by Nobody: 1:49pm On Aug 02, 2022
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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by Xscape047: 1:49pm On Aug 02, 2022
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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by kenbee(f): 1:50pm On Aug 02, 2022
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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by ATLIEN2027: 1:50pm On Aug 02, 2022
Obi diots will automatically claim that the election was rigged once their pandora lying Obi- tuary China man fails to win a single state. Just wait and see.
They will start calling Nigeria "ZOO" again and start promoting their Biafuro agenda.
PRESIDENT BOLA HAMED TINUBU will know how to deal with these IPIG terrorists better than Buhari ever did.
Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by newnigerdelta00: 1:50pm On Aug 02, 2022
Quest7777:
But at least we can warn Nigerians against voting for a sick old desperado bat... cool


One day you go still old and � sick,
Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by Obakoolex(m): 2:04pm On Aug 02, 2022
We advertising practitioners are patiently waiting for campaign to start tongue
Time to secure the bag grin

I campaign for anyone but I know who am voting

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Re: 2023 Elections: Ban On Political Campaigns Still In Force, INEC Warns Parties by adioolayi(m): 2:04pm On Aug 02, 2022
Abfinest007:
Good another win for obidient.presidential election and national assembly election on same day will makes it more difficult for governors influence

You do think this is a plus for a party where ONLY the presidential candidate is popular and enjoying massive support

You don't think massive voters education will be needed, because other parties have aspirants going for NASS that are very popular in their domains and their influence of seeking their own votes can swing uneducated voters to vote Presidential aspirants in their parties ...rather than Peter Obi and Labour party whose NASS members are unpopular

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