INEC says over 132, 000 PVC are Still Uncollected in Anambra State.

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The Independent National Electoral Commission INEC says over 132, 000 Permanent Voter Cards PVC belonging to voters in the 21 local government areas of Anambra State are still uncollected and it has relocated six local government area collection centers in the state, as a result of the insecurity ravaging most parts of the country.

The state’s Resident Electoral Commissioner REC, Elizabeth Agwu, who made this known during a meeting with stakeholders at the state headquarters of the commission, said the local government areas where the relocation of collation centers took place included Ihiala, Nnewi South, Onitsha North, Orumba North, Awka North, and Awka South.

Agwu said that the collection of PVCs has been extended to Saturdays and Sundays in Anambra State, stressing that people who fail to collect their PVCs, will be shortchanging themselves, and doing a disservice to the people of their area.

She assured that the 2023 general elections would be free, fair, and credible in the entire country.

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