More than 60,000 PVCs unclaimed in Gombe – INEC

More than 60,000 PVCs unclaimed in Gombe - INEC

The Independent National Electoral Commission has said no less than 60,000 Permanent Voter Card have not been guaranteed by inhabitants.

The state Resident Electoral Commissioner, Umar Ibrahim, expressed this at a media preparation in Gombe, hung on Thursday, on the resumption of the Continuous Voter Registration.

He encouraged occupants to take part in the activity to be qualified for the 2023 political race.

Review that the CVR practice was suspended in August 2018 to consider the handling of the register of electors, the printing of PVCs, lastly lead of 2019 general races.

The REC focused on that the PVC addresses the right and force of all occupants of the state, adding that nobody would be constrained.

Ibrahim said, “As of now, Gombe State has more than 60,000 unclaimed Permanent Voters Card, with us. My call is that this is a chance for everyone and it’s anything but an awesome open door, it is the right of each resident who is able to approach and do the enrollment.

“It is your command, it is your force yet in the event that you would prefer not to do it do one will compel you yet we are approaching everybody that nobody will be denied his right and no good reason for trust that the extremely late will fire surging here and there.”

Ibrahim noticed that the commission had endorsement for 770 democratic focuses in Gombe State carrying the complete number of units to 2,988.

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