INEC Tackles Tinubu, Says PVCs Don't Expire

INEC Tackles Tinubu, Says PVCs Don’t Expire

1/19/2022 11:00:00 PM

INEC Tackles Tinubu, Says PVCs Don’t Expire

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has reacted to claims by a national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola

Tinubu while hosting some of his supporters, had claimed that there had been a decline in the number of eligible voters in recent times because PVCs have expired.Apparently reacting to Tinubu’s claims, the commission said those who have registered for election do not need to do so again because their cards are valid for future elections.

The chief technical adviser to the chairman of INEC, Prof. Bolade Eyinla, who disclosed this on Wednesday in Abuja, warned those who have registered against doing so again as the PVCs issued in recent years remain valid for all elections being conducted.

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Does he know any other thing other than fraudulent politicking? A CORRUPT so called 'king-maker' that wants to be king at all cost and he is obsessed by it. Ignorance Does he think PVC is same as Nigeria lnt. Passport? He needs thorough checkup please. Deceiving tackling haha

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Tinubu, on the validity of the Permanent Voter’s Cards (PVCs), saying the current PVCs have not expired. Tinubu while hosting some of his supporters, had claimed that there had been a decline in the number of eligible voters in recent times because PVCs have expired. Apparently reacting to Tinubu’s claims, the commission said those who have registered for election do not need to do so again because their cards are valid for future elections. The chief technical adviser to the chairman of INEC, Prof. Bolade Eyinla, who disclosed this on Wednesday in Abuja, warned those who have registered against doing so again as the PVCs issued in recent years remain valid for all elections being conducted. ADVERTISEMENT He said, “This information is not correct. The PVC issued to all previously registered voters remains valid. This kind of statement will certainly push eligible voters to register more than once thereby creating the problem of double and multiple registrations.” Similarly, the chief press secretary to the INEC chairman, Mr. Rotimi Oyekanmi, said that Nigerians who already have their PVCs do not need to register again. Oyekanmi stressed that double registration is an offence under the electoral law. YOU MAY