Vote (Not Fight)

The focal point of our RSVP campaign is to encourage citizens participation in the electoral process. Our aim is to develop active citizens who are determined to secure their future by voting out incompetent leaders and shunning all forms of electoral violence.

  1. Voting starts at 8:30am. However, it’s always best to arrive early.
  2. Bring your PVC. According to the Electoral Act 2022 (Section 47:1), “A person intending to vote in an election shall present himself with his voter’s card to a presiding officer for accreditation at the polling unit in his constituency in which his name is registered”. This will ensure that you are able to cast your vote without any issues.
  3. If you’re not sure where your Polling Unit is or those contesting in your location, you can find out by visiting gotomypu.com.
  4. You are allowed to stay and watch till your vote is counted.

Upcoming Off-Cycle Elections in 2024

States Date
Edo
September 21, 2024
Ondo
November 16, 2024

Some Important Tips

Links to past elections

2023 General Elections

2019 General Elections

2015 General Elections

2011 General Elections