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2023 Election: Lagos Brings PVC Awareness Campaign To LASU And LASUED

INSIDEMAINLAND- The Lagos State Government has taken its ongoing resident-sensitization program on Permanent Voters Card (PVC) registration and collection to the Lagos State University, Ojo and Lagos State University of Education, Ijanikin as part of efforts to ensure active participation of the youth, particularly students in higher institutions. The students

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INEC, PVC Will Be Ready In October or November

INSIDEMAINLAND- The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, on Saturday said the Permanent Voters Cards, PVC, for persons captured in the ongoing Continuous Voters Registration, CVR, would be ready in October and November. Festus Okoye, INEC national commissioner, Information and Publicity, disclosed this while monitoring the concluding segment of the ongoing CVR

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PVC Collection: Mixed Emotions After Lagos’s Market Closure

INSIDEMAINLAND- Shop owners in Lagos State have criticized and praised the state administration for closing some important markets in the state. The state administration gave the traders permission to receive their Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) on Thursday by issuing the directive on Wednesday. As reporters visited some of the state's largest marketplaces

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LG Polls: INEC cautions against illegal registration in Ikorodu

As Lagos residents await the official announcement on the actual date for the council elections across the State, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has cautioned Ikorodu residents on illegal registration of voters in the community. InsideMainland gathered from residents that indeed, voters registration had commenced in some parts of the

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Exclusive: Polling Units in Mende, Maryland Not Using Card Readers for Accreditation

Inside Mainland can authoritatively report that Polling Units in Mende, Maryland in Kosofe Local Government Area of Lagos have elected not to deploy the card readers for accreditation of voters in the Area. Investigation by our reporters shows that INEC officials were present at only three Polling Units - PU 037, Araromi Community Center and PU040 at

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