The voter register presented by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to party leaders on Monday showed that Lagos and Kano States have the highest number of registered voters with 6.5 million and 5.4 million respectively.
Bayelsa and Ekiti States have the least number of voters with 923,181 and 909,967 respectively.
The total number of registered voters stands at 84 million, 15 million more than the figure in 2015 which stood at 68 million.
In 2015, Lagos and Kano States also had the highest registered voters with 5.8 million and 4.9 million respectively.
At the regional level, INEC figures show that North West currently has the highest number of registered voters, with 20 million voters constituting 24 per cent of the total.
It is followed by the South West, which has 16 million voters, constituting 19.39 per cent.
Other regions include: South-South with 12 million, South East- 10 million, North-East- 11 million and North-Central- 13million registered voters.
Under age distribution, the document shows that youth between the ages of 18 and 35 years constitute the highest with 51.11 per cent, which is 42,938,458 voters.
Those between 36 and 50 years closely follow, constituting 29.97 per cent, which is 25,176,144.
Those between 51 and 70 years constitute 15.22 per cent, with 3,100,971 voters; while over 70 years constitute 3.69 per cent.
Below is the breakdown of voters by states:
Akwa Ibom 2,119,727
Cross River 1,527,289
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