Share election news with our 2011 Elections mReport

The 2011 elections kick off today, and as we promised, we have set up our 2011 Elections mReport page here as a user-generated reporting initiative.

How it Works

  1. Post your text comments directly using your mobile phones (no PC-submitted comments are allowed on this page please; its a mobile reporting initiative)
  2. Mail in your videos and pictures taken with your mobile phones to mr @ mobility.com.ng, we will publish them on your behalf

PS: Don’t forget to include in your mail what phone model you used to take the pictures and videos you are sending in.

2011 Elections mReport

The official INEC website says:

Cell Phones are welcome at the Polls. Use them to send Text messages to report any fraud, violence or election tampering:

SEND SMS REPORTS TO:

0816-666-2222
0812-000-6622
0809-666-2221

CALL ELECTION HOTLINES:

0707-0273-671-9

So, you are on the right side of the law taking your mobile phone to your polling booth – and using it there.

Please go vote. Keep your eyes open, and your phones handy!

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  1. mReport (8:35am) from kunlebus:


    This is idi ori of shasha area in akinyele local govt of oyo state and its about 8.32 without any official of inec. But police are already present and observals

  2. I’ve been in my polling boot since 8am in Delta state. Time is 10:46am, more than two hours yet to INEC OFFICIALS or polling materials. This is obviously the highest level of voters’ disenfranchisement.

  3. Barnawa/Challawa 015,Kaduna south, kaduna city:can u imagine,inec officers came at about 1045am,instead of 8am.@this moment they have accridited only about 30% of d huge turnout of voters

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