300, 000 PVCs uncollected in Plateau – INEC


The Independent National Electoral Commission  has said over 300, 000 Permanent Voter Cards have  not  been  collected in Plateau State  less than two months to the general elections, the News Agency of Nigeria reports.



The Resident Electoral Commissioner in the state Halilu Pai made the disclosure at a three-day training on Election Monitoring and Support Centre  on Tuesday in Jos.



He said, “We have over 300, 000 uncollected PVCs in this state and the general elections is fast approaching.”



Pai appealed to those who had yet to collect their voter cards to do so, adding that only those with PVCs would be allowed to vote on election days.



He said, “As INEC is bringing innovations to ensure a successful elections in 2019, we want to appeal to Plateau residents who registered and are yet to collect their PVCs to do so.



“We do not intend to disenfranchised any eligible voter in the forthcoming elections. We are urging those affected to visit our collection centres across the 17 local government areas and collect their voters cards.”
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