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Thousands of INEC PVCs Found Dumped in Ago Palace (Video)

Thousands of dumped PVCs discovered in Lagos suburb, raising concerns about voter disenfranchisement ahead of Nigeria’s presidential election.



Thousands of INEC PVCs Found Dumped in Ago Palace (Video)

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On February 25th, 2023, Nigeria is scheduled to hold its presidential election. However, for several months leading up to the election, many Nigerians living in Lagos, particularly those from the southeastern part of the country, have been voicing concerns about their inability to access their voters card, also known as PVC.

Voters card, a PVC, is a mandatory requirement for anyone who wishes to participate in Nigeria’s electoral process. The PVC contains unique biometric information about the voter and serves as proof of identity and eligibility to vote.

Reports of PVC scarcity in some parts of Lagos have raised concerns about potential voter disenfranchisement in the upcoming presidential election. In the weeks leading up to the election, many residents of the affected areas have been expressing their frustration on social media, claiming that they have been unable to collect their PVCs from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) office.

Late on Friday night, a video surfaced online showing a large number of PVCs that had been dumped in Ago Palace, a suburb in Lagos. The video, which quickly went viral, sparked widespread concern about potential voter disenfranchisement in the affected areas.

A report obtained by regarding the now-viral video stated that “Many PVCs belonging to Oshodi/Isolo, Amuwo and Okota were discovered dumped at Ago Palace.” The report also urged those who registered but did not receive their PVC to rush to Kola Hotel at Community Road, Ago Palace, Okota, to collect their cards.

In response to the discovery, supporters of the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Mr Peter Obi are urging registered voters who have not yet received their PVC to visit the designated collection point as soon as possible to retrieve their card. It is not clear how many PVCs were found dumped in Ago Palace, but according to the report obtained by, many people have already collected their PVCs from the designated location.

The dumping of PVCs in Ago Palace raises serious questions about the integrity of Nigeria’s electoral process. The PVC is a critical component of the electoral process, and its scarcity or deliberate withholding could disenfranchise a significant number of voters.

While the discovery of the dumped PVCs is alarming, it is encouraging that some patriotic Nigerians are taking steps to rectify the situation. The designated collection point at Kola Hotel in Ago Palace is an excellent initiative that will help ensure that affected voters are not disenfranchised.

As of now, the information provided has been verified, and authorities are investigating the dumping of the PVCs in Ago Palace. It remains to be seen how this discovery will impact the election and the ability of affected individuals to cast their vote.

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