Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC) in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has said it was still in possession of 246, 882 uncollected Permanent Voters’ Cards (PVCs), Director of Publicity in the FCT office of the commission, Mrs Ndidi Okafor, confirmed on Monday in Abuja.
The cards were for voters in the territory who were registered in 2011, 2014 and 2016. She urged owners of those cards to come forward and collect them, saying it was part of their civic responsibilities.
Okafor also disclosed that INEC had received the first batch of PVCs for persons, who registered between April and December, 2017. In order to avoid mix-up of the new cards with the old ones, the commission had designated centres for their collection.
The centres for the collection of the new PVCs, according to her, are INEC office in Karu for Karu and Nyanyan wards; Karshi Women Development Centre for Karshi and Orozo wards and Model Primary School-Garki 11 for Garki ward.
Others are Government Secondary School, Area 10 for City Centre; Wuse Zone II Primary School for Wuse ward; LEA Primary School, Lugbe, for Kabusa and Gui wards as well as GSS Life Camp for Gwarimpa and Gwagwa wards.
Okafor, however, advised those who were yet to register to do so at respective registration centres, saying that CVR was ongoing at designated and rotational centres.