Nigeria National Elections 2023, explore live update on what’s happening in Nigeria, as Nigerians decide their future, and leadership. The results shown here are from the INEC National Collation Center Updates in FCT Abuja, Nigeria.
Here are the most associated hashtags and keywords for the whole process of Nigeria Elections 2023
Number of States Won by Political Parties in Geopolitical Zones
States Won by Political Party
Data Table Results
Critical Challenges Faced in Nigeria Elections 2023
The 2023 Presidential election was not appropriately conducted with INEC not keeping to it’s earlier stated procedures for the conducting the Nigerian elections 2023. Some may say INEC Chairman is compromised, maybe he has taken a bribe or he is just emotionally attach to the APC political party.
As observed from data on the internet, especially Twitter and International election observers resource materials, some of the challenges experienced include;
INEC Server was inaccessible for direct upload of results from polling units for observers and electorates to monitor the result in real-time, like in every other advanced country.
Voters suppression at polling units, especially on the opposition parties of APC. There were even tribal suppression, especially of the Igbos tribe in Nigeria
Rigging of elections results were done by changing ballot counted figures that were originally written on the EC8 forms to totally different result counts.
Ballot boxes and polling unit destruction by thugs, in an organized and target manner as directed by their political criminal barons.
The police and army either stood aside or protected thugs while the carried orders of ballot box destruction, seizure and burning of ballot papers.
All the Nigerian poor masses needed was a free and fair elections, as promised by the INEC Chairman, but he and his colleagues failed. They failed Nigerians and selected a Presidential candidate who was not accepted by the masses, and who was no capable of winning in a free and fair elections.
Injustice and unfairness breeds bad governments and chaos, the people of Nigeria worry that a civil protest or civil war may ensue in time to come, as injustice continues in the Nation. The opposing parties have decided to go to court, but the people doubt if there is any justice in Nigerian courts.
How to Count Houses on Map. Counting houses using digital maps allows us to easily make estimations for business case analysis, other humanitarian and social uses cases that require its application. We need to know how to quickly count houses or buildings on a map.
The ability to counts buildings across Africa or other natural disaster zones is useful to be able to assess the number of buildings or households affected. To be able to estimate the humanitarian services requirements and level of demand for social amenities.
Google API it’s paid (Overpass API is completely free)
it only supports very few categories of places, significantly less than Overpass (it can be partially solved by using correct keywords),
it only returns up to 60 results (spread across several pages), which frequently is way too few to count all relevant places.
How to Count Houses on Map: Example Using Overpass Turbo Web App (View Link)
Example of Overpass Turbo Query Code
This has been generated by the overpass-turbo wizard.
The original search was:
// gather results
// query part for: “building=house”
// print results
out skel qt;
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Our Interest in Google Earth Engine : Do some house counts to get to understand social amenities resource demands, get to familiarize with the possibilities of how to use it for knowledge discovery and content related to earth science, as well as data analytics projects for good in my community. Also teach others about its usefulness to research.
The OpenStreetMap solution did not work because we have mostly unstructured data representations of Africa on the map. (Tool Guide)
Estimating Number of Houses – A better metric is the number of households that can afford your service/product at a price point and statistical distribution. You could ballpark your number by taking population density and dividing it by average household size to get an estimate of households per area and then divide by area of interest.( Source )
Download high resolution households satellite imagery and use a Computer Vision(CV) algorithm to count the houses.