Improving Voters’ Registration and Voting Process in Nigeria Using Distributed Database


Authors : Samuel O. Okide; Hillary Uchenna Amulu; Obidinma C. Alozie

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 7 - July

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Elections have become one of the standards for measuring the democratic potency of a nation. This assertion is supported by the fact that citizens’ participation in the choice of their leaders is utmost. In Nigeria today, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) voting system mandates voters to cast votes only in the polling units where they were registered, and hence, has discouraged citizens from participating in elections. This work is aimed at designing a system which will allow voters cast votes from any location in the country irrespective of where they may have registered. To achieve this aim, Object Oriented Hypermedia Design Methodology (OOHDM) was adopted for requirements gathering, conceptual, navigational and abstract interface designs, and implementation. The result of this system will provide user-friendly graphical interfaces and deliver voting process easily, reliably and more quickly

Keywords : Voting, Database, Biometrics, Elections, INEC, Voter, Fingerprint.

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