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657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by information1: 1:26pm On Jan 11
On Thursday, The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Oyo State said nothing less than 657, 267 Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) were yet to be collected by their owners in the state.

The INEC’s state Administrative Secretary, Mr. Surajudeen Junaid, disclosed in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ibadan.Junaid indulges those who had not collected the PVCs to come forward and receive the cards.

He also encouraged Nigerians who attained voting age to utilize the ongoing Continuous Voters Registration to obtain their voter cards.

The administrative secretary indulges Nigerians to participate fully in the electoral process ahead of the 2019 elections and votes for candidates of their choice.

Junaid also cautioned politicians against any act that would derail the electoral process, stressing that they must play by the rules.

He said the commission had intensified public enlightenment to educate the electorate on their rights and responsibilities in the electoral process.

https://informationengine.wordpress.com/2018/01/11/657000-pvcs-abandoned-in-oyo-state/

Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by teemswest(m): 2:35pm On Jan 11
FTC for the first time in 4 yrs

Imagine the cost of the abandoned pvc, that is enough to buy good books in some primary school Library for kids to learn and appreciate education.
Government is wasteful.

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Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by TheHistorian(m): 2:35pm On Jan 11
shocked

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Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by Beejay3000(m): 2:35pm On Jan 11
Igbo people at work
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by Nltaliban(m): 2:35pm On Jan 11
With the level of political apathy in the south west, South south and South east, I doubt if we're ready to use our senses in driving buhari back to Daura.
The only thing we know how to do here is to sit back behind Low Battery phones and almost expired data to type trash and nonsense on nairaland and twitter.
We won't register to vote, after being compelled to register, we won't take our cards. The few that take the cards will refuse to vote on election day. Where as, our Hausa counterparts will take cards for their underage children, farm animals and still come out in large numbers to vote for northerners on election day.

Forget online comments and bashing, the general public is not in any way ready to move buhari an inch from Aso rock!

Buhari till 2019!!
sai baba, sai buhari

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Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by Treasure1919(f): 2:36pm On Jan 11
Ok
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by KOLZY(m): 2:36pm On Jan 11
Beejay3000:
Igbo people at work

Tribe has nothing to do with this. Nigerians are just swimming in Ignorance.


Imagine 657, 267 people sat for at leat 50mins while there data was been capture now they don't want to collect it?.

The state INEC has to Orient people on the needs of a Nigerian to have his/her PVC
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by spec09: 2:36pm On Jan 11
Nigeria i hail thee
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by Flexherbal(m): 2:36pm On Jan 11
Some people might have relocated
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by lilfreezy: 2:36pm On Jan 11
Please y'all should go and get your PVC so we can kick buhari out. Don't be an online Marchant only, every vote counts

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Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by Sunnycliff(m): 2:36pm On Jan 11
Once it's election now, INEC will send them out to the highest bidders
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by Icecomrade: 2:37pm On Jan 11


Total numbers of uncollected PVC across the country is enough to vote out this Dullard called Buhari

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Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by joystickextend1(m): 2:37pm On Jan 11
okay
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by johnstar(m): 2:37pm On Jan 11
K
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by venatus25(m): 2:37pm On Jan 11
E No concern me
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by invisibleman2: 2:37pm On Jan 11
The no wan vote this 2019 election
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by Nasarawaboy(m): 2:38pm On Jan 11
information1:
On Thursday, The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Oyo State said nothing less than 657, 267 Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) were yet to be collected by their owners in the state.

The INEC’s state Administrative Secretary, Mr. Surajudeen Junaid, disclosed in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ibadan.Junaid indulges those who had not collected the PVCs to come forward and receive the cards.

He also encouraged Nigerians who attained voting age to utilize the ongoing Continuous Voters Registration to obtain their voter cards.

The administrative secretary indulges Nigerians to participate fully in the electoral process ahead of the 2019 elections and votes for candidates of their choice.

Junaid also cautioned politicians against any act that would derail the electoral process, stressing that they must play by the rules.

He said the commission had intensified public enlightenment to educate the electorate on their rights and responsibilities in the electoral process.

https://informationengine.wordpress.com/2018/01/11/657000-pvcs-abandoned-in-oyo-state/
Even if they collect it their votes will not count cos the elections would still be bleeping rigged!
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by jericco1(m): 2:39pm On Jan 11
they've stopped believing in democracy.

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Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by ClitoPen: 2:45pm On Jan 11
Owned by ghost candidates
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by oshe11: 2:47pm On Jan 11
They were nt abandoned
Na una no mek dem available
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by Nobody: 2:47pm On Jan 11
OK
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by fuckbmc: 2:47pm On Jan 11
Its the handiwork of Abiola Ajimobi & OYSIEC chairman, both of them connived together and denied voters access to their PVC for APC to have smooth ride in subsequent election in Oyo State. 4 Local Governments will be affected the most, Egbeda, Ona Ara, Lagelu & Ibadan North East. In the 2015 General Election, REC spent the election day eve with the state governor at the secretariat Agodi but left early in the morning of election day, we all see the outcome.
We need to face these idiots, the only method they use was to intimidate you using policemen but we should know that policemen can never be everywhere all the time. Nothing stop us from taking revenge on politicians & police family members to let them know that they are not the only wise men on earth! The day we stop to fear policemen, politician & take revenge on their families, party members, that day Nigerian shall be free. Even when you dont know where their family lives, their party members are very close to you. WE NEED TO TAKE IT BY FORCE!
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by BabylonCruise(m): 2:51pm On Jan 11
Beejay3000:
Igbo people at work
And this is somebody's son?
Waste of good sperm.

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Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by Annydora(f): 3:27pm On Jan 11
it aint about tribalism....Nigerians feel comfortable in dwelling in ignorance thereby taking things for granted


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Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by chuksp09(m): 4:49pm On Jan 11
Nltaliban:
With the level of political apathy in the south west, South south and South east, I doubt if we're ready to use our senses in driving buhari back to Daura.
The only thing we know how to do here is to sit back behind Low Battery phones and almost expired data to type trash and nonsense on nairaland and twitter.
We won't register to vote, after being compelled to register, we won't take our cards. The few that take the cards will refuse to vote on election day. Where as, our Hausa counterparts will take cards for their underage children, farm animals and still come out in large numbers to vote for northerners on election day.

Forget online comments and bashing, the general public is not in any way ready to move buhari an inch from Aso rock!

Buhari till 2019!!
sai baba, sai buhari
After typing something so passionate, u then spoiled it with that offensive last line. Now its all just trash..

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Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by LKO(m): 5:24pm On Jan 11
Mine is also there. A huge number of those PVCs belongs to youth corpers who served in Oyo State between 2010 and 2011, and couldn't collect theirs before passing out, many have done voters transfer to their new state of residence.
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by olylove: 6:01pm On Jan 11
It's not only there... I just got mine from Kogi yesterday since 2011 the delay was bcs of School and stuff... Most Ppl might be corpers others work transfer... And seems if u want to Vote u must goto the ward you registered... The stress and all make some people choose to dump it...when I checked thr website for the current location of my Card I was told a particular place but when I got there it wasn't there it has been moved since. Spent close to N500 gan just to locate my card... Its all good though
Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by Nltaliban(m): 8:34pm On Jan 11
chuksp09:

After typing something so passionate, u then spoiled it with that offensive last line. Now its all just trash..
lol.. But, that's just the truth.

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Re: 657,000 Pvcs Abandoned In Oyo State by imustsaymymindo: 6:44am On Jan 12
How dem dey run this PVC thingy sef?

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