PICTURES: Interest Groups Storm Watt Market, Urge Nigerians To Collect Their PVC, Vote Properly

In Breaking News, Civic Space, Politics

By Mary Bassey

Nigerians have been urged to collect their Permanent Voter Cards (PVC) and cast their vote properly.

Vote Not Fight Election No Be War, A Well-Informed Adolescent Initiative, and The Bridge Leadership Foundation collaboratively matched the streets of Calabar, the Cross River State capital, calling on Nigerians to collect their PVCs. 

The group converged at millennium park by the eleven-eleven roundabout, matched to Watt market where they evangelized to traders and buyers.

During the rally tagged “Your Vote, Your Voice” they emphasized the importance of PVC and the casting of votes properly.

They discouraged vote buying and other vices that might rob the people of the opportunity of free, fair, and credible elections.

See the pictures below: 

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