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Lagos State Government Declares Friday February 6th Work-Free Day for PVC Collection




Governor Babatunde Fashola

The Lagos State government has declared Friday, February 6th a work-free today to enable public servants pick up their permanent voter’s cards (PVC).

An announcement was made via the Lagos State government Facebook page in a statement titled PVC Collection: LASG Declares Work-Free Day for Its Public Servants:

Fashola appeals to Private Sector employers to consider allowing their workers close early to enable them collect their PVC

The Lagos State Government Thursday declared Friday a work-free day for its workers just as the State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola SAN, enjoined private Sector employers to release their workers early to enable those of them who are yet to collect their Permanent Voter’s Card to do so in their various Polling Units.

The Head of Service, Mrs. Oluseyi Williams, who gave the directive in a statement, said the State Government was desirous of ensuring that all public servants in the State participated in the voting process adding that they should take the opportunity to go out and collect their cards at their Polling Units.

Enjoining Private sector employers to release their workers early today for the same purpose, Governor Fashola said the desired prosperity and the brighter rewarding future being sought after by the people, both for themselves and for their children, would be determined by their willingness or otherwise to sacrifice time to key into the election process by collecting their Permanent Voters’ Cards for the elections.

He declared, “The prosperity and the brighter rewarding future that we all seek, for ourselves and our children over the next four years, will be determined by what we do in the next few days”, adding that no sacrifice could be too much a price to secure a better future over the next four years and beyond.

The Governor, who noted that in order for democracy to be truly representative, it must be participatory, added that such participation confers eligibility and imposes a duty on all the citizens from the age of 18 years to vote in the elections even as it also enables them to have a say in the elections.


1 Comment

  1. ALert!

    February 6, 2015 at 10:08 am

    Oh and this message is coming too late, and not given that much priority. The multitude of us is at work already!

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