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PVC: APGA takes enlightenment campaign to Nasarawa rural communities


The All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA), Nasarawa State chapter, has embarked on massive enlightenment campaign to educate the electorate in rural communities on the need to obtain their Permanent Voter Card.

Speaking on the aim of the exercise, National Secretary of the party, Labaran Maku, who is spearhead the campaign, lamented the failure of a large number of electorate, particularly in the rural areas, who do not have the PVC, to collect same ahead of next week’s election.

“We in APGA are worried because most of the rural dwellers we have interacted with complain that they don’t have the PVC. The essence of our campaign is to encourage them to register with INEC in the nearest registration center to them.


“As you can see, all the communities we have visited, our supporter massively trooped out to welcomes us. Most of them complain that they don’t know where to register for PVC”.

“We are calling on INEC to move their personnel to the rural communities, because thousands of electorate are waiting to be registered.”

The communities visited include Akuruba, Gidan Maiakuya, Adogi, Bakin Rijiya and Sabon Gidan, all in southern senatorial zone.

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