BREAKING!! See Full List Of PVC Collection By States… Lagos, Kano Tops List

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has released the list of Permanent Voter Cards, PVCs collected for the 2019 general elections with Lagos State topping the list, followed by Kano and Kaduna states, respectively.

According to the list, 5,531,389 people collected PVCs in Lagos State, while 4,696,747 registered voters in Kano State collected their PVCs.

In Kaduna State, 3,648,831 persons picked up their PVCs followed closely by Katsina State with 3,187,988 million cards collected. Rivers State rounds up the top five with 2,833,101 PVCs collected.

In terms of percentage of registered voters that collected their PVCs, Lagos is not in the top 10 with 84.19 percent of the 6,570,291 registered voters in the state collecting their PVCs. 1,038,902 million voters (the highest for any state) did not collect PVCs in Lagos State.

According to the INEC statistics, Katsina State has the highest percentage of PVCs collected with 98.69 percent of registered voters in the state collecting their PVCs.

It was followed by Taraba State with 97.30 percent of registered voters getting their PVCs, while 95.76 percent of Nigerians registered to vote in Gombe collected their cards.

Kebbi State and Bauchi State followed with 95.13 and 94.84 percent of registered voters getting their PVCs in both states, respectively.

See full list provided by INEC below:



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SHOCKING!! Woman Caught With Over 5000 PVCs In Abia State

A woman has been reportedly caught in direct possession of 5000 Permanent Voters’ Cards in Abia state.

The unnamed woman was nabbed with the PVCs in Abia state.

Local reports show that the woman was allegedly arrested after the items were found in the booth of her car at a checkpoint

Even though the reason for the woman being in possession of the items was not given, it is believed that this is part of a grand plan to distort the elections in the state.



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Pregnant Woman Chokes, Another Woman Coughs Up Blood As Police Tear-gas Lagosians Seeking PVCs

A woman coughed up blood and collapsed, just as many people sustained injuries when officers attached to the Mobile Police (MOPOL) division of the Nigeria Police Force fired teargas canisters at residents of Ikorodu who came to collect their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs), SaharaReporters reports.

The incident occurred on Friday at the Ikorodu Local Government Area (LGA) office of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

INEC had earlier announced Friday as the deadline for the collection of PVCs. However, collection has subsequently been extended till Monday, February 11.

The order to teargas the residents was given by one officer, identified as Ifeanyi Ohuruzu.


Children, pregnant women, physically-challenged persons, among others were affected by the smoke from the teargas canisters.

Two people collapsed and were rushed to the hospital, while others sustained injuries.

A pregnant woman was one of those who developed a choking fit, while others were rushed away from the area.

Mrs Ademuwagun Olubunkola, who suffres from asthma, vomited blood during the teargas incident, spoke to SaharaReporters, saying: “What they did today was very bad, and thank God I didn’t die. In fact, I am not in the mood to talk right now. Speak with the man that saved me.”

Mr. Orisunmibare Babatola, the man who took care of some of those who sustained injuries, said there wasn’t any violence to have warranted the policemen firing teargas canisters.

His words: “A mobile policeman took a drastic decision and all of a sudden, after the OP MESA left, my son was affected. They quickly rushed two babies to the hospital. Why did INEC ask us to come when they know our PVCs aren’t ready?”

When he was challenged by the residents on why he gave the order, Ohuruzu said: “There must be casualties in places like this.”

The exercise continued after the incident; still, many residents are yet to get their PVCs.




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