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1,733,479 PVCs Collected, 43,626 Unclaimed In Taraba – INEC

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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says a total of 1,733,479 Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) have been collected by electorates ahead of Saturday’s elections in Taraba State.

INEC Public Relations Officer in Taraba, Fabian Yame, disclosed this to rep0orters on Thursday in Jalingo, the state capital.

According to him, the total number of registered voters in the state is 1,777,105.

READ ALSO: We Are Only Demanding A Right To Compete, Says Rivers APC

Yame explained that the commission arrived at the number of claimed PVCs at the end of the collection exercise on Monday, while 43,626 cards have yet to be collected.

He added that an additional 428,727 new voters made a difference between the total number of registered voters in 2015 and 2019 general elections.

The INEC state spokesman noted that the number of registered voters in the 2015 general elections was 1,348,358, while those for the 2019 general elections was 1,777,105.

He, however, said the commission in the state has yet to receive sensitive materials ahead of the elections as at the time of briefing reporters.


Source:
www.channelstv.com/2019/02/14/1733479-pvcs-collected-43626-unclaimed-in-taraba-inec/

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Thats pretty ok compared to Laos with over 1,000,000 uncollected PVC.

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That is so great

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Franklin
It shows we are not ready for election

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Dandison peterside
That's very good...that means their system is good...not like Lagos...e go just tire person.

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Mag's girl
They have really tried

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AMINU
some people are confused....and is true

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That's is good

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Thank u
is that so?? hmmmm

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[ @jeffinzy1: ] The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says a total of 1,733,479 Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) have been collected by electorates ahead of Saturday’s elections in Taraba State.

INEC Public Relations Officer in Taraba, Fabian Yame, disclosed this to rep0orters on Thursday in Jalingo, the state capital.

According to him, the total number of registered voters in the state is 1,777,105.

READ ALSO: We Are Only Demanding A Right To Compete, Says Rivers APC

Yame explained that the commission arrived at the number of claimed PVCs at the end of the collection exercise on Monday, while 43,626 cards have yet to be collected.

He added that an additional 428,727 new voters made a difference between the total number of registered voters in 2015 and 2019 general elections.

The INEC state spokesman noted that the number of registered voters in the 2015 general elections was 1,348,358, while those for the 2019 general elections was 1,777,105.

He, however, said the commission in the state has yet to receive sensitive materials ahead of the elections as at the time of briefing reporters.


Source:
www.channelstv.com/2019/02/14/1733479-pvcs-collected-43626-unclaimed-in-taraba-inec/

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It is better than not

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[ @jeffinzy1: ] The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says a total of 1,733,479 Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) have been collected by electorates ahead of Saturday’s elections in Taraba State.

INEC Public Relations Officer in Taraba, Fabian Yame, disclosed this to rep0orters on Thursday in Jalingo, the state capital.

According to him, the total number of registered voters in the state is 1,777,105.

READ ALSO: We Are Only Demanding A Right To Compete, Says Rivers APC

Yame explained that the commission arrived at the number of claimed PVCs at the end of the collection exercise on Monday, while 43,626 cards have yet to be collected.

He added that an additional 428,727 new voters made a difference between the total number of registered voters in 2015 and 2019 general elections.

The INEC state spokesman noted that the number of registered voters in the 2015 general elections was 1,348,358, while those for the 2019 general elections was 1,777,105.

He, however, said the commission in the state has yet to receive sensitive materials ahead of the elections as at the time of briefing reporters.


Source:
www.channelstv.com/2019/02/14/1733479-pvcs-collected-43626-unclaimed-in-taraba-inec/

what will now happen to the PVCs that are not collected...

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same in many places in Nigeria

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Ok let ys proceed

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Of what essence

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We are noticing your hard work

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[ @investopedia: ] Thats pretty ok compared to Laos with over 1,000,000 uncollected PVC.

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Dalilu
Thanks For Update

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kayode
This is amazing

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Nsidibe
PVC where is mine

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Nigerians are ready

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INEC Public Relations Officer in Taraba, Fabian Yame, disclosed this to rep0orters on Thursday in Jalingo, the state capital.

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Daisi
1,733,479 PVCs Collected, 43,626 Unclaimed In Taraba – INEC

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Nice update. Keep updating

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This is what happen when government are not do the right things.

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Thats pretty ok compared to Laos with over 1,000,000 uncollected PVC.

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thats a whole lots of people

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12062000
Taraba state is fully ready for the forthcoming election real good

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