The Free Public Constituent Commission (INEC) on Monday distributed the thorough data of gathered and uncollected Super durable Citizens’ Cards (PVCs) on surveying unit premise in Bayelsa, Imo and Kogi states.
This follows a gathering of the Commission on Monday to survey the continuous arrangements for the off-cycle governorship races in the three states booked for Saturday, November 11, 2023.
As wás finished in láte decisions, including the 2023 General Pólitical race, the Commissión is distributing the complete data of gathered and un-collected Long-lasting Citizens’ Cards (PVCs) in the three States on surveying unit premise.
“The datá likewise gives the disseminátion of the surveying units by Nearby Governnment Regions, Enróllment Regións/Wards, the námes of the surveying units, their códe numbers, number of enlisted citizens and the quantity of gathered as well as un-collected PVCs.
Similarly fundamentally, the rundown gives the names and areas of the two surveying units in Bayelsa State and 38 in Imo State without enrolled citizens.
“The breakdown for the three States shows that out of 1,056,862 enrolled citizens in Bayelsa State, 1,017,613 have gathered their PVCs and 39, 249 are uncollected. In Imo Express, the quantity of enrolled electors is 2,419,922 out of which 2,318,919 have gathered their PVCs and 101,003 are uncollected, while in Kogi State, out of 1,932,654 enlisted citizens, 1,833,160 have gathered their PVCs and leaving 99,494 uncollected,” an assertion by INEC Public Chief, Sam Olumekun read.
The Commission engaged all partners to take note of the data that any vote from a surveying unit in abundance of the quantity of PVCs gathered sums to over casting a ballot.
It added that the quantity of PVCs gathered will be utilized for the calculation of the edge of lead rule.