An electoral constituency is a geographical division created out according to the population of an area for the purpose of election. It can be a single-member constituency or multi-member Constituency.
SINGLE-MEMBER CONSTITUENCY: This is a situation whereby a constituency will have to bring out only one candidate to represent them as every voter is entitled to one vote.
MULTI-MEMBER CONSTITUENCY: This is a situation whereby two or more candidates with the highest number of votes are declared elected to represent such constituency in the parliament.
ELECTORAL COMMISSION: Is the body established by law to organize and conduct free and fair elections in a country.