New PVC Collection Methods Announce By INEC

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has Announce New PVC Collection Methods and following this point noted doing the announcement, I think is really good you check it out as well.

Meanwhile, since the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) announced that the collection of the voters’ card by members of the public, which is being done presently at the commission’s local government offices, we understand that this is to be devolved to the 8,809 registration areas/wards from 16th to 21st January 2019 (including Saturday and Sunday).

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However, according to INEC National Commissioner and Chairman, Information and Voter Education Committee, Festus Okoye” statement issued during the weekend which you can now see below, You will see what is to be done.

New PVC Collection Methods Announce By INEC

He said the PVC collection which is at present being done at the commission’s local government offices.

“Following appeals by members of the public and its desire to make it easier for Nigerians to collect their PVCs, the Commission held its regular weekly meeting on Thursday 10th January 2019 and took the following decisions among others: Collection of the PVCs by members of the public, which is being done presently at the commission’s local government offices, is to be devolved to the 8,809 registration areas/wards from 16th to 21st January 2019 (including Saturday and Sunday).

“After 21st January 2019, collection of PVCs will revert to the Commission’s Local Government Offices and other designated centres to be determined by the states until 8th February 2019, being the last day for collection. There will be no extension for the collection of PVCs after the 8th day of February 2019. All uncollected PVCs will be retrieved and kept in a secured place till the general elections are over,” Okoye said.

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Mr. Okoye said a total of 14,283,734 new voters were registered during the Continuous Voters’ Registration (CVR) exercise between April 27, 2017, and August 31, 2018. And even that the Commission printed the PVCs of the new registrants and delivered them to the states

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