Politicians approaching INEC staff to buy PVCs, says Oyo REC
Oyo State Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC), Mutiu Agboke, yesterday, disclosed that some desperate politicians were approaching Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) staff to buy Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs).
INEC officials storm Imo communities over unclaimed PVCs
Imo State Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC), Prof. Francis Ezeonu, and officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will from today...
REC laments refusal to collect PVCs
The Plateau State Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC), Alhaji Haliru Pai has disclosed that of the 459,896 registered voters; only 120,114 collected Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) as at November 30, 2018, describing it as disenchanting.
INEC tasks traditional, religious leaders on PVCs collection
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has urged traditional and religious leaders to assist the commission in appealing to their subjects to collect their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs).
INEC promises credible polls
Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Mahmoud Yakubu, yesterday assured Nigerians that 2019 general elections would be free, fair and better than that of 2015.
Ebonyi INEC agonises over 100,000 unclaimed PVCs
With barely 100 days to next year’s general election, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Ebonyi State has expressed worry over the inability...
1.4 million unclaimed PVCs in Lagos raise concern
Lagos State Resident Electoral Commissioner, Sam Olumekun, has said that over 1.4 million Permanent Voter’s Cards (PVCs) remained unclaimed in the metropolis.
Conversation with a Nigerian vote seller
During the timeline allocated for Nigerians to get PVCs, venues for the exercises were usually packed out. About 90% of these prospective voters were Nigerians within the 20-30 age-brackets.
2019: CSOs accuse politicians of purchasing PVCs in Kano
Ahead of next year’s general elections, the coalition of Civil Society Organisation (CSO) in Kano State has raised alarm over the activities of desperate politicians, who it said have resorted to buying Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) from their owners in the state.