This is according to INEC’s Director of Voter Education and Publicity,  Oluwole Osaze-Uzzi.

He said the register would be for those who registered in the first quarter of the exercise, which began in April, 2017.

Osaze-Uzzi said the register would be displayed nationwide at the commission’s registration centres.

According to him, the display was designed to give the new registrants the opportunity to verify their biometric information as captured while registering.

“Persons who registered are advised to once again visit their registration centres and check the details of their registration,’’ he said.

INEC commenced the registration on April 27 for the first quarter to enable persons who did not register in previous exercises or those who have just turned 18 to do so.