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Adamawa: INEC says 40,000 people yet to collect their PVCs  

Only 16,000 PVCs from the 56,000 cards printed by the electoral body between June and December 2021 were collected.

• August 10, 2022
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PVCs used to illustrate the story [Photo credit: BBC]

INEC in Adamawa on Wednesday appealed to 2021 voter cards registrants to go and collect their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs). It said only 16,000 PVCs out of the 56,000 cards printed by the electoral body between June and December 2021 had been collected.

The appeal was made in Yola by INEC’s spokesman Dahiru Jauro.

The remaining 40,000 PVCs have yet to be collected, he stressed.

“We will ensure that each of the PVCs is collected by those who registered for them,’’ said Mr Jauro.

The INEC spokesman in Yola added that the electoral body was engaging the print and electronic media, traditional and religious leaders in enlightenment campaigns, appealing to registrants to collect their PVCs. 

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