2019: PDP reveals what APC ‘plans’ to do with uncollected PVCs

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)
has alleged that the ruling All
Progressives Congress, APC, had
planned to use the uncollected
Permanent Voters’ Cards, PVCs, to
allocate votes to President
Muhammadu Buhari.
In a statement yesterday night by the
National Publicity Secretary of the
party, Mr. Kola Ologbondiyan, the
main opposition party appealed to
the Independent National Electoral
Commission, INEC, for extension of
time by three days for collection of
the PVCs.
The party said the demand of three
days extension was predicated on
reports across the country that some
compromised INEC officials at the
collection centres were deliberately
refusing to issue the PVCs to voters,
thereby frustrating millions of
registered voters.
According to him, “The PDP believes
that this deliberate refusal to release
the PVCs is part of the wider plot by
the APC to disenfranchise millions of
Nigerians and frustrate their
eagerness to vote out President
Buhari at the February 16 presidential
election and elect the peoples
candidate, Atiku Abubakar.”
The party demanded explanation from
INEC for turning back registered
voters who went to collect their
PVCs and directed them to come at
a later date for an exercise that is
programmed to end on Friday.
It also 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 PVCs by three
days.

6 thoughts on “2019: PDP reveals what APC ‘plans’ to do with uncollected PVCs

  1. National Publicity Secretary of the
    party, Mr. Kola Ologbondiyan, the
    main opposition party appealed to
    the Independent National Electoral
    Commission, INEC, for extension of
    time by three days for collection of
    the PVCs

  2. a statement yesterday night by the
    National Publicity Secretary of the
    party, Mr. Kola Ologbondiyan, the
    main opposition party appealed to
    the Independent National Electoral
    Commission, INEC, for extension of
    time by three days for collection of
    the PVCs.

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