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INEC to resume distribution of PVC —Okoye

The Independent National Electoral Commission has said it will resume the distribution of over eleven million uncollected permanent voter cards this month.

INEC National Commissioner and Chairman, Information and Voter Education, Mr. Festus Okoye, in an interview with newsmen in Abuja noted that all the uncollected PVCs were still locked up at the Central Bank of Nigeria as promised by the commission until after the elections.

Mr. Okoye, however, noted that a supplementary election in Rivers state had yet to be concluded.

Speaking on PVCs destroyed at the INEC office in Plateau state few days before the elections began, the INEC commissioner said the cards had been reproduced for all the voters who submitted their names for new PVCs.

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