It's almost time to assess our earlier decision to vote for change.

In preparation, INEC is dusting its notes, crossing its 'Ts' and dotting the 'Is'.

The electoral umpire is getting ready to display the preliminary voters’ register at various centres across the federation.

This, according to the electoral umpire, is to enable the public scrutinise the register before the printing of Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs).

The document will be on display for seven days in all the 774 local government areas.

The preliminary register will contain the names of those who registered newly or transferred their votes to new areas since the Continuous Voter Registration, CVR, exercise, began on April 27 at local council offices, nationwide.