Your Vote, your Voice... get your PVC now!

Time is running out to collect your Permanent Voter Card (PVC). Without it, you will not be able to vote in the February 14 th election. Don’t delay, pick up your PVC as soon as possible.

You can now pick up your PVC within your ward / registration area from 8:30am –5:30pm any day of the week, including weekends.

To find out where to go to collect your PVC, click here and select your state. Then find your ward / registration area on the list.

You do not need to have your temporary voter card in order to pick up your PVC. If possible, you should bring another form of ID in case you are asked for proof of identity, but it should not be required.

Every vote will matter in this election, and the stakes couldn’t be higher. Make sure you pick up your PVC and cast your ballot for your Choice candidate. Don't let prejudice, sentiments and ethnocentric take the better part of your judgement. Together, we will make our voices heard.

God bless Nigeria.

P.S. If you have any problems, you can reach the INEC helpline at 0700-CALL-INEC or at the following numbers: 09050858629, 09050858675, 09050858649, 08180958715, 08180958717, 08180958709, 09025038466, 07086945927, 08120183063, 07062896047, 08105119010, 08146697603.


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