The General Elections will hold on February 25, 2023, and eligible voters who have put their names down for registration for their PVC have gotten them from various INEC centers, so they can be able to vote on election day.
Collection of PVCS at different INEC centers already kicked off on the 12th of December, 2022, and came to a halt on February 5, 2023.
Therefore, it’s a must for voters to have their PVCs, which the INEC has provided so they can be able to vote in the candidates of their choice.
The Independent National Electoral Commission [INEC] has provided these cards at various local government areas across the country.
Most importantly, the FEMALE GENDER is also enjoined not to be fazed by any discrimination by anybody because of their gender. Females also have equal rights to carry out their civic duties during the election period. They are advised to go out en mass and cast their votes for their favorite candidates.
Older women who are married are also advised to go out on time on election day so they can cast their votes on time and return home quickly. To achieve this, they are implored to wake up early enough to carry out their home chores and set out for their polling locations on time.
There is also a Voter Education that the INEC has put in place. Read below;
“Any person who is in unlawful possession of any voter’s card, whether issued in the name of any voter or not, commits an offense and is liable on conviction to a fine not more than N500,000 or imprisonment not more than two years or both”
Kindly visit the INEC website pages for more information.
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