INEC Election Observer Groups Registration Portal – LOGIN / Register: The INEC Portal for registration of INEC FORM EC 14A(I) Application of Observer Groups during an Electoral Activity is currently accepting application from suitably qualified candidates to apply online.
Qualified Observer Groups will subsequently be contacted to submit Online, the Form EC 14A(II) with their Application Reference Number from EC 14A(I).
Before completing this electronic form (EC 14A(1)), kindly note the following;
- That application begins on Thursday, 2nd December, 2021.
- That this platform is only for observer groups/ Organisations and NOT individual observers.
- That you are to obtain and read a copy of the advert before proceeding with completion of the form (www.inecnigeria.org)
- That this is an online application platform and it is different from the manual method in previous elections
- That copies of relevant attachments (CAC registration, INEC CSO, past accreditation letters, reports etc.) should be ready in PDF for upload along with the form.
- That application portal will automatically shut down by midnight Thursday, 16th December, 2021.
How to Apply INEC Electronic Application Form for Election Observer Groups (2022 FCT Area Council Election)
Interested and qualified Candidates / Group (Observer) should Click Here to Complete Application
Accreditation Of Successful Observer Groups
- Each successful group would then be required to complete and submit online the Deployment of observer’s form (EC 14A (II)).
- Successful Observer groups should also note that passport photographs (in JPEG format) of their members to be deployed to the field shall be arranged on Area Council basis and shall be submitted along with the deployment form (EC 14A (II)). This is to enable the Commission produce identification / accreditation tags for individual field observer.
- All successful observer groups will be required to sign the Commission’s indemnity form before receiving their accreditation letters.
Notes on Election Observation Exercise
- Observer groups should note that the core principle of election observation as contained in relevant UN, AU, and ECOWAS treaties and protocols, as well as INEC guidelines on Election observation (2008), which includes impartiality, objective and non-partisanship should guide conduct of observers during the election and any observer groups found compromise those principles be banned from future participation in election observation.