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INEC says over 200,000 Permanent Voters Card ready for collection

The Nigeria’s Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said that over 200,000 Permanent Voters Cards (PVC) is now ready for collection across the country, reports ITRealms.

The National Commissioner in-charge of the Information and Voter Education Committee (IVEC) at INEC, Prince Soyebi Adedeji Solomon made this revelation during a session on Focus Nigeria, a programme of African Independent Television (AIT) monitored in Lagos.
According to him, the completed Permanent Voters Cards are being dispatched to various state headquarters and would be ready for collection by next week.

He insisted that INEC does not distribute voter’s cards to individuals, and advised eligible Nigerians to visit the nearest centre or local government headquarters to collect their permanent voters card.

This, he said, is an ongoing exercise across the country, adding that those who have relocated from where they were when the registration took place, should update their records with INEC office so as to enable them get viable PVC they can use at their current location.

Prince Soyebi further cautioned that double registration is an office before the law and advised people to desist from such act.


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