There Were 720, 767 Uncollected Voter’s Cards In Oyo State – Agboke


The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has appealed to Nigerians who have registered with the commission in Oyo State to visit its offices in their local government areas to collect their Permanent Voters Card, PVCs.

The INEC Resident Electoral Commissioner in Oyo State, Mr. Mutiu Agboke, made the call while on sensitization and engagement of stakeholders at the Christ Apostolic Church, CAC, Oke-Agbara, Ashi, Ibadan. Mr. Agboke, who maintained that PVCs remained a potent tool to retain or change their elected representatives during the election periods stated that there were 720, 767 uncollected voters cards with the commission.

Odidi – Omo The INEC REC hinted that the commission would open a special desk to ease the process of PVCs collection this week.

Mr. Agboke also called on those who wished to register online for fresh application, transfer or correction of their bio-data to visit INEC website: and complete the process at the commission local government office in the area. Highlights of the advocacy visit was a special prayer for the commission and the staff by the Church Planter, Prophet Michael Olowere.
Radio Heritage 2
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