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INEC pleads for patience over PVCs collection

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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has called for patience over the delay in collection of their Per­manent Voters Cards (PVCs) for the forthcoming elections in 2023.

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This plea was made by INEC chairman Professor Mahmood Yakubu at the stakeholders forum by the Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room in Abuja on Wednesday.

According to him, the Com­mission was being careful so that the cards won’t go into the wrong hands.

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He, however, assured Nigerians that INEC would soon release the timelines and procedure for the collection of the PVCs.

“On the collection of Per­manent Voters Cards for fresh registrations in 2022 as well as applicants for transfer to other polling units and the replace­ment of damaged or lost cards, we wish to assure Nigerians that the commission will soon release the timelines and proce­dure for the collection of PVCs.

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“With the ongoing display of the register for claims and objections, the commission considered it appropriate to conclude the process so that the cards will not be in the hands of ineligible registrants who may attempt to use them during the election.

“We understand the anxiety of Nigerians to collect their PVCs and appeal for a little pa­tience as we speedily conclude the necessary safeguards for a transparent process.”

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