Collection of PVCs sent from states to Abuja ends Wednesday – INEC

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The Independent National Electoral Commission in Abuja says the collection of Permanent Voter Cards transferred from the states to Abuja will end on Wednesday.

The Administrative Secretary of INEC in Abuja, Abdulrahman Adamu, made this known in an interview on Wednesday.

Mr. Adamu said the PVCs were for those who sought for the transfer of their cards from various states to the FCT.

He said the distribution of the PVCs for those on transfer to FCT started some days back.

The administrator urged those who applied for the transfer of their PVCs to check INEC office in the constituency where they made the application for the transfer.

Mr. Adamu advised those in AMAC to check at Karu office, while those in Kuje, Gwagwalada, Bwari, Abaji and Kwali are to collect theirs in the INEC offices in the council areas.

He said the exercise for those on transfer did not end on March 22 as scheduled, and called on all those concern to collect the PVCs at the designed INEC offices.

Mr. Adamu said the PVCs distributed to the FCT residents at the end of the exercise on March 22 was 65.5 per cent.

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  • Otile

    How come every creature in the North including foreign Muslims, cows and goats got surplus PVCs while legitimate Nigerians in densely populated areas like Lagos and Abia are left forsaken, and without?

    Continent Nigeria needs to divide, let the Northerners go their way to actualize their corrupt practices.