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Title: Comprehensive Citizens Data and Effective Elections in Nigeria: The Role of Information Communication Technology (ICT)
Authors: Igboechesi, Gilbert. P
Keywords: Comprehensive Citizens Data
Effective Elections in Nigeria
Issue Date: Apr-2019
Publisher: International Journal of Innovative Research & Development
Series/Report no.: Vol. 8;Iss. 4; Pp 139-143
Abstract: Abstract: Regular elections form one feature of democracy, participating in it as a citizen is one of the main elements of democratic performance and dividend; this is because citizens’ participation in electoral and political process is central to the society's development or underdevelopment. This makes Elections and the ability of citizens to vote (and choose their leaders), not just important but integral to the viability of any society. It goes to show that the processes needed to achieving a proper voting system must not just be okay, but tenaciously and meticulously okay. Therefore, the citizens’ data bank of Nigeria is expected to be not just a segmented or periodical one but a whole and on-going one to enhance the quest for the attainment of a viable electoral process and meaningful development. This article will be looking at the many aspects the Nigerian elections is in dare need of upgrade to meet the very needed pace of ensuring a credible process in choosing our leaders, hence the role and place of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the entire process as a panacea to the long overdue upgrade.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2879
ISSN: 2278 – 0211
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