Its Resident Electoral Commissioner, Dr Lawrence Azubuike, who made this known when he briefed newsmen in Enugu, said the Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) would hold from May 28 to June 1.
Azubuike said the CVR was not a fresh registration but meant for people who had turned 18 years after 2010/2011 registration or those who did not register during the exercise.
He also said that those who registered but their names were not contained in the voters’ list that would be displayed in all polling units would be registered.
“We are aware of the tendency of those who have lost their cards and those who have relocated since the last registration will like to register again.
“The commission has put in place mechanisms both for the replacement of lost cards and transfer of registration upon application by affected persons.
“It is important that people should seek help and make enquiries at any INEC office nearest to them on how to go about it.
According to him, any fresh registration will amount to double registration.
The commissioner said that Enugu State was one of the 10 states in the first phase for the exercise in the country.
Azubuike said that 621 polling units in the state and over one million eligible voters were targetted for the registration in the state.
The commissioner said the commission had made adequate provision for electronic machines, adding that what it had now was much better than the previous exercise.
He pleaded with the media to assist the commission in sensitising the public and to embark on voter education statewide. (NAN)