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I was just off an interview with INEC‘s Commisioner Information and Voter Education, Festus Okoye and while asking him what are the trends they are observing, he said “there has been a new spirit and a new resurgence. More and more people are collecting their Permanent Voters‘ Cards now than we have seen in the past“…

Now, I tell you. Do not believe them when they say your votes don’t count. They do!

Do not also believe their illusions that Nigerians won’t collect their PVCs and it will be business as usual. No, it won’t be.

Lastly, shout out to Nigerian youths. Your consciousness have been awakened and you are spreading that consciousness even to the old whose minds yearn truly for a better Nigeria. The old political class are in actual shock. Don’t stop.

Do to them what Zambian youths did. Use your numbers, use technology, use your “uché.“

In 8 weeks time, let the narrative change.


Show up and vote WISELY on that day!

NB: if you know somewhere picking up PVCs are a challenge, write me inbox.

We at DW News are following every aspect of this forthcoming elections.

My inbox is open!

NB: for those having challenges collecting their PVCs, INEC plans to devolve collection to the over 8000 registration area or electoral wards from the 6th of January to 15th of January to bring it closer to the people. Take note of these dates.


Amaka Okoye

Amaka Okoye

A seasoned and an award-journalist who has practiced both in and outside of Nigeria. She has covered varied beats but her forte is Conflict and Crisis Reporting. She majors in reporting terrorism, banditry and abductions in the Northern part of Nigeria.

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