Tag: Permanent Voters Card

Allegations Of Bribe, Purchase of Permanent Voters Card From Electorates Rock Edo APC Ahead of Guber Primary

Some governorship aspirants of the All Progressives Congress in Edo State have asked the leadership of the party to probe the allegations of bribery against delegates ahead of the party’s primary slated for Saturday. Mr. Emmanuel Arigbe-Osula, who made the allegation in an interview with Channels Television, on Wednesday, spoke[Read More…]

Patience Jonathan Has A Question For Buhari, “What Did You Do For Women When You Had The Opportunity To Rule?”

Wife of the president, Dame Patience Jonathan has canvassed the support of women in the country for the re-election of her husband, Dr Goodluck Jonathan come March 28 presidential election, even as she praised Jonathan’s administration for upholding the 35 percent affirmative action for women in the country. Vanguard Newspaper reports[Read More…]

Olusegun Adeniyi: Let’s Avoid the June 12 Road

There is a joke I shared several years ago on this page of a lavish society wedding after which the couple retired home to commence their honeymoon. At bed time, as the man joined his wife and attempted to consummate the relationship, she withdrew from under the pillow a court[Read More…]

Nigerian Senators Seem To Be Moving Against Card Readers, They Say It Violates Electoral Act As Jega Is Summoned

by Dia Zamani The attempt by a section of the Political class to clamp down on card readers may be headed for successes as the Senate is insisting going ahead with that method for the polls Violates the electoral act. In his motion which came under matters of urgent public[Read More…]

@PdpNigeria Alleges, INEC Chairman, Jega Was In Dubai With @APCNigeria Leaders, Perfected Plans To Rig Election

Peoples Democratic Party, PDP Presidential Campaign Organisation, PDPPCO yesterday lampooned the Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Professor Attahiru Jega, accusing him of being economical with the truth on what actually necessitated the shift in the dates of the Presidential and general elections from February 14 and 28 to March[Read More…]

INEC Sacks Staff For Denying Non-Indigenes PVCs In Lagos

by Deji Abiodun The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Lagos State said it has disengaged two ad-hoc staff that denied some non-indigenes in the state the collection of their Permanent Voters’ Cards (PVCs). In a statement signed yesterday by Head, Public Affairs, INEC Lagos State, Femi Akinbiyi, the commission refuted[Read More…]

@TheScoopNg Partners With @BudgITng To Launch Polling Nigeria

A new platform, Polling Nigeria, has been launched to sample the perceptions and opinions of Nigerians on various issues affecting them and the polity. Polling Nigeria (www.PollingNigeria.com) is an initiative of The ScoopNG, Nigeria’s first strictly politics, policy and public affairs online newspaper. It is supported by BudgIT, a Lagos-based[Read More…]

Burna Boy, Yemi Alade In PH For EiE Nigeria Concert To Promote Voter Registration – #RSVP Peace Concerts

Your VOTE is your VOICE! Young Nigerians make up the largest voting bloc with 62.4% of registered voters in 2011 between 18 and 35. To encourage more young Nigerians to participate in the electoral process by registering to vote, EiE Nigeria, with support from the Open Society Initiative for West[Read More…]

SSS Reveals APC Captured Individuals 18 Times With Different Names, Addresses After Raid At Data Center

PRESS STATEMENT A petition alleging that cloning activities of INEC Permanent Voters Card (PVC) by some unscrupulous persons with intent to hack into INEC data base, corrupt it and replace them with their own data was ongoing at No. 10 Bola Ajibola Street, off community Avenue, Allen Avenue, Ikeja LGA,[Read More…]

216,416 Permanent Voters Card Yet To Be Collected In Cross River – INEC

by Oluwatosin Fatoyinbo Mr. Mike Igini, the Resident Electoral Commissioner in Cross River State, yesterday said that 216,416 permanent voters card (PVC) were yet to be collected by registered voters in the state. He said that only 764,344 persons collected their PVCs, out of the total of 1,025,760 that were[Read More…]