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A presidential aspirant, Peter Obi has called on eligible Nigerians to grab their Permanent Voters Card, PVC, before the registration elapses.
The former Anambra governor who is seeking the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, presidential ticket to run in the 2023 election, urged Nigerians to get registered as required by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, to enable them to exercise their franchise.
DAILY POST reports that while online registration for the PVC may end on May 30, physical registration is expected to elapse in June.
In a tweet on Wednesday, the PDP presidential aspirant asked his teaming supporters to ensure their data is captured before the deadline.
He wrote, “Fellow Nigerians, to exercise your constitutional right to elect leaders of your choice, you must vote. To vote, you must be registered.
“INEC PVC online and Physical Registration end on 30th May and 30th June, respectively. Don’t miss the deadlines”.
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