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#PVCitizen: Have you gotten your PVC?



The 2019 elections are now 217 days away, and the registration process is rumoured to be ending on August 17, just 35 days away!

Time is running, fast!

It’s important that we ready ourselves for our future, and the only way to do this is by getting that small card called the Permanent Voters Card (PVC).

It really isn’t that difficult. There are INEC offices in all local government areas in the country. And INEC says the registration process will last all year.

Take just one day off work and arrive at your centre by 5:30 AM.

Maybe you’re looking at it like that’s too early. But it really isn’t. You can go to the one nearest to your house. Wake up 5 AM and take a quick shower. No need to makeup or anything, just throw that shirt and shorts on.

Have a valid ID card with you and that’s really all.

1 Comment

  1. Jill

    July 13, 2018 at 7:57 pm

    We are suppose to get our PVC at the NEAREST venue to our residence right? I have said this and I’m saying it again, in Ajah there is no NEAREST centre around, our Local Government is at Igbon econ Lekki expressway. It therefore means if I wake up 5:30am to go to Igbo-efon or Marwa school in Lekki to get my PVC, come election time I will not be able to vote.
    Please bellanaija knowing that you’re passionate about this help reach out to INEC letting them know we lack centres in Ajah, thank you.

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