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A Step-by-Step Guide to Checking Election Results Online

A Simple Guide to Checking Election Results Online: Steps and Tips



A Step-by-Step Guide to Checking Election Results Online

If you’re interested in tracking who’s winning in elections nationwide — from governors and senators to House representatives and local councillors — it’s now made easier for you. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has a system that allows you to check election results state by state.

You will enter this website:

If you log in, register by filling out the form.

You will enter your FIRST NAME and LAST NAME, then your PHONE NUMBER and EMAIL ADDRESS, and finally the PASSWORD you want to use.

After you finish, they will ask you to choose which state you are in to continue with the registration.

When you finish filling out the form and verifying your email, they will open the page for you to see the elections being held.

If you want to open the election of the president, you will click on the Presidential Election, and if you want to open the election of governors, you will click on the election of governors and the other elections that are being held.

List of Elections We have in Nigeria

  1. Presidential Election
  2. Governorship Election
  3. Senatorial Election
  4. House of Representatives election
  5. House of Assembly
  6. Chairmanship Election
  7. Councillorship Election

Looking to check out past Nigerian elections? Head over to Here, you’ll stumble upon a treasure trove of data on elections dating back to the past few years, including the 2022 Osun and Ekiti polls, the 2021 Anambra vote, and the 2020 Ondo and Edo contests. Remember, though, election results can change with the flow of new information – so always cross-check your findings with official channels for the most accurate results. 

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However, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has a small heads-up for you. It pointed out that the aforementioned website was designed mainly for research purposes, rather than serving as an exhaustive source for election results. 

For a more comprehensive perspective, make sure to pop over to the INEC’s official website at

Chidimma Johnson is a Travel Content Manager and Writer at Dimples Online Media, paying specific attention to Travel and Finance . After achieving a BA in Political Science in 2019, Chidimma pursued her long-time desire to work in media and joined Republic World as a writer. Working closely with the top online media.