110,000 PVCs Still Not Collected In Cross River State – REC

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Mr. Sylvester Okey Ezeani, REC, Cross River State
Mr. Sylvester Okey Ezeani, REC, Cross River State

The Resident Electoral Commissioner in Cross River State, Mr. Sylvester Ezeani has said that not less than 110,000 (one hundred and ten thousand) Permanent Voters Cards, PVCs are still uncollected in the State.

While addressing journalists yesterday at the INEC office along Murtala Mohammed Highway in Calabar, the REC said Calabar Municipality is topping the list of LGs which have collected the most number of cards and encouraged Cross Riverians to go and pick up their cards as that is the only instrument with which they will vote come February 14th and 28th.

Before his redeployment, Mr. Mike Igini, the immediate past REC in the state had said that 261,416 PVCs were still left uncollected.

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