Over 400,000 PVCs Uncollected – Agboke

Ahead of the 2022 general election, the Osun State Resident Electoral Commissioner, Dr Mutiu Agboke, has on Sunday taken the mobilisation to religious gathering with a visit to the Union Baptist Church, Osogbo where he announced that there are, four hundred and thirty seven thousand,four hundred and fifty four 437, 454 Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) yet to be collected in the state.

Dr Agboke had earlier on Friday visited the Osogbo Central Mosque as part of the Commission’s public sensitisation exercise.

He said, only the ownership of a voter card qualified a citizen to vote, while noting that the number of the uncollected PVCs would make a very significant difference in any election.

“I want to appeal to you to approach our 30 Local Government Offices to collect your PVCs.” he said

The Osun REC encouraged residents to go and collect their PVC and vote in the coming 2023 elections saying with the technology INEC has adopted, there is guarantee that their votes would count.

“I assure you , it is the people that will determine who will win this election. Nobody can help anyone.Forget about all the misgivings that you have about the process, INEC has rededicated the pattern of voting.”

” Our technology will guarantee the sacredness of your votes. Nobody can steal or hijack your vote again. Nobody can be declared winner except the person you vote for. ” he said.

Adenitan Akinola


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