APC plans to use uncollected PVCs to allocate votes to Buhari -PDP

by Ajuma Edwina Ameh
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…Demands extension of PVC collection by 3 days
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has urged the leadership of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), to extend the collection of Permanent Voters Card (PVC) by three days.
According to a statement by the party, the demand is predicated on reports across the nation that some compromised INEC officials at the collection centers, are deliberately refusing to issue the PVCs to voters, thereby frustrating millions of registered voters from getting their voters cards.
The PDP believes that “this deliberate refusal to release the PVC is part of the plot by the APC to disenfranchise millions of Nigerians, and frustrate their eagerness to vote out President Muhammadu Buhari at the February 16 Presidential election.”
“Information available to us shows that the APC has plans to use the uncollected PVCs to allocate votes to President Buhari.”
They further demanded explanation from INEC for “turning back registered voters who went to collect their PVCs, and directing them to come at a later date for an exercise that is programmed to end on Friday.”
The Party however called on the leadership of INEC not to plunge the election into a needless controversy, but to redeem itself by extending the closing date for the collection of the PVCs by three days.

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