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New voters would not be registered ahead of the October 10 governorship election in Ondo State, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said.

During a stakeholders’ meeting in Akure on Wednesday, Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) in the state, Rufus Akeju, said only accredited voters that had voted in past elections would be allowed to vote.

The INEC official also disclosed that the commission will not conduct any Continuous Voters Registration (CVR) exercise and distribution of permanent voters card (PVCs) in the state before the governorship poll.

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It is important for me to inform you that the commission has suspended the CVR exercise and the implication is that, the window of opportunity for new voters to register, distribution of PVCs, transfer of registration and replacement of lost or defaced PVCs has been shut for the meantime due to COVID-19 pandemic,” he said.

Akeju assured the people that INEC would organise a free, fair, and credible governorship election in October. He, therefore, enjoined politicians and security agencies to support INEC in its bid to organise a credible poll.

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56 COMMENTS

  1. Wait o
    Some people can vote and some people are not also entitled to collecting voter cards!
    Is this an excuse?

  2. What happened to human rights?
    What happened to the right to vote and the right to be voted for????

  3. Is INEC telling us that those who already have voter cards are immune to the virus and those who don’t have the card are not immune and that is why they cannot go out to be given voter cards???
    Hello?

  4. What is the difference between the settings where pvc is been given out and where people are voting???
    Haba!

  5. But this is not a genuine excuse at all, how can you disenfranchise people using covid 19 as excuse

  6. But this is not a genuine excuse at all, how can you disenfranchise people using covid 19 as excuse