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We’re Yet To Print Voters’ Cards Of 2022 Registrants – INEC

INEC Says It Is Yet To Print Voters’ Cards Of 2022 Registrants

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Wednesday, said it has not printed the Permanent Voters Cards (PVC) of Nigerians who registered between January 15 to July 31, 2022.

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INEC Says It Is Yet To Print Voters’ Cards Of 2022 Registrants

National Commissioner of INEC, Festus Okoye stated this during an interview on Channels TV.

Okoye said, “If you are a registered voter, in other words, if you belong to the class of 84 million Nigerians that have already registered, you can track your data in our database.

“Secondly, if you were one of those that registered with the Commission during the Continuous Voter Registration exercise between the 28th day of June 2021 and the 14th day of January 2022, you can track where your Permanent Voter Card is and you will still be in a position to collect it.

“But if you register between the 15th day of January 2022 and the 31st day of July 2022, the implication is that you are not yet a registered voter in the true sense of the word because we have just finished the cleaning up of the voters’ register which is still ongoing.

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“So, it is not possible for you to know where your permanent voters’ card is because we are yet to print your permanent voter cards and we are yet to make these permanent voter cards available for the registrants.”

According to him, the commission is under pressure to conduct free and fair elections in 2023, and it will be difficult for any politician to compromise the sanctity of the electoral process in next year’s poll.

He also said the INEC Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu can only be removed constitutionally if he commits any infraction against his office but dismissed rumours of the removal of the INEC boss.

Meanwhile, Kanyi Daily reported that INEC a few days ago released the election timetable for Bayelsa, Imo, and Kogi governorship polls.

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