INEC’s PVC Collection Flops In LagosFeatured, Latest News, News, Politics Friday, November 7th, 2014
The much publicised collection of the Permanent Voters Card, PVCs, in Lagos State, Nigeria has flopped as officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC did not show up in all polling units as at 1:45pm on Friday.
Thousands of Lagosians who trooped to their various polling units very early in the morning were disappointed as they waited for INEC officials for over six hours without they showing up to distribute the PVCs.
The exercise, which is supposed to start by 8.00 am has not begun as at the time of filling this report around 2.00pm as polling units visited met several frustrated residents of Lagos waiting for INEC officials who have refused to show up.
At a polling unit on Awolowo Way, Ikeja, several people were seen waiting for INEC officials to come to distribute the PVCs.
At former Governor Bola Tinubu’s polling unit at Sunday Adigun, several Lagosians were seen waiting for INEC officials to no avail as they lamented the failure of the exercise and complained bitterly that they had not seen INEC’s officials coming to hand over their PVCs to them.
At Polling Unit 008, Alausa, there was no sign of INEC officials as residents who had waited for hours left in annoyance.
At Ward C, several people were seen waiting
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