The Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC) has raised an alarm over the existence of fake continuous voter registration (CVR) portals.
In June, the commission launched a portal where Nigerians can register or request to update their voter information before they complete the process physically at designated centres.
But a statement issued on Friday by Festus Okoye, INEC Commissioner for Information and Voter Education, said the attention of the electoral body has been drawn to the existence of another website different from the original portal.
The commission dissociated itself from the website, adding that it did not authorise any organisation to collect details of citizens.
“The attention of the commission has been drawn to a post, which is currently being circulated on the social media, about a website for INEC voter registration which is different from the INEC CVR Portal.
“The address of the fake portal is https://register.inec-pvc.online/ with shortened URL as https://bit.ly/INEC-PvcReg2021.
“INEC wishes to totally disassociate itself from this website and any activity carried out on it.
“The commission states that it has not accredited any agency or organisation to capture details of intending voters on its behalf.
“The general public is hereby informed that the INEC continuous voter registration (CVR) online portal remains https://cvr.inecnigeria.org.”
The commission, however, said it has received over one million applications on the online portal for the CVR exercise.