2023: AA guber candidate, Uche lauds INEC's decision on PVC registration court order

6/24/2022 6:36:00 PM

2023: AA guber candidate, Uche lauds INEC's decision on PVC registration court order

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2023: AA guber candidate, Uche lauds INEC 's decision on PVC registration court order

The 2023 Governorship Candidate of the Action Alliance (AA) in Abia State, Onyekwere Akym Uche , has applauded the Independent National Electoral

This comes on the heels of the call by socio-political groups, members of the national assembly, and the recent court order restraining the nation’s electoral commission from ending the voter’s registration on June 30th.DAILY POST recalls that the Independent National Electoral Commission had earlier fixed June 30, 2022, as the deadline for the ongoing voter registration exercise across the nation.

However, Mr. Onyekwere Akym Uche, while reacting in a statement issued to journalists on Friday, maintained that the extension would halt voter apathy that may be experienced during the upcoming general election in 2023 in Abia and the entire country.

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Commission, on its decision to extend the ongoing voter registration and Revalidation exercise ahead of the general election in 2023.Emameh Gabriel interrogates INEC’s readiness for a hitch-free general elections next year.but commend him for taking such a bold step to salvage his party before the 2023 elections.that didn’t favour many of them.

This comes on the heels of the call by socio-political groups, members of the national assembly, and the recent court order restraining the nation’s electoral commission from ending the voter’s registration on June 30th. DAILY POST recalls that the Independent National Electoral Commission had earlier fixed June 30, 2022, as the deadline for the ongoing voter registration exercise across the nation. The public exchange of taunts and dares between supporters of candidates for the election have taken a new dimension just as the biles and bites among opposition party’s faithful have also been raised to the bar. However, Mr. He maintained that the May 18 Abuja High Court order on ad hoc delegates with status quo ante bellum subsists and automatically left the party with no ad hoc delegates to conduct governorship primaries for the party, hence his decision to use the statutory delegates. Onyekwere Akym Uche, while reacting in a statement issued to journalists on Friday, maintained that the extension would halt voter apathy that may be experienced during the upcoming general election in 2023 in Abia and the entire country. All this comes against the backdrop of the rise of a Third Force led by youth across regional divide in the country, a movement that has put the Commission under pressure to register more Nigerians ahead of the election. He tasked the INEC to ensure adequate logistics to enable those who are yet to register or revalidate do so, as it is their civil right and obligation as stipulated in the Constitution of the land. “In every election year, this kind of subs step gives cause for people, stakeholders to sneeze.

He urged the electoral umpire to resist any pressure from any quarter to manipulate the ongoing process in favour of any particular candidate or senatorial zone in order not to subvert the collective will of the people. National Chairman of the party, Julius Abure, commended the Commission for the progress recorded in the last few months in addressing some of the technical challenges witnessed during the Anambra State governorship election late last year and the FCT council polls in February, this year. “I am waiting for July 15 for the people to understand that I am the rightful candidate for the Peoples Democratic Party in Akwa Ibom State. While harping on logistics, Mr Akym Uche also urged the INEC to ensure the deployment of additional machines and ad-hoc staff to ensure eligible citizens are captured to ensure they exercise their franchise and enthrone the needed leadership at all levels of Abia State. The Isiukwato-born politician said, “let me use the medium to restate that Permanent Voter Cards (PVC) remain the only weapon vested on the citizenry to effect leadership change, and elect people with needed competence, capacity and expertise to bring the genuine democratic dividends to the doorsteps of the Abia people”. “You know registration is the Commission’s precedent for people to have their PVCs and then to be able to participate in the election. Related Topics: . “I don’t know him, they are using him to blackmail me, he is not part of the exercise, go and ask all the statutory delegates that participated to get a clearer picture.