PVCs: Kwankwaso Hails Turn-Out ,Laments Shortage Of Cards

Kano state Governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso has expressed satisfactions with the turn-out of people and in actively actively in the on going collection of Permanent Voters’ Card (PVC) even as he lamented the non provision of the cards in some polling units in about 10 local government areas.
The governor assured that all the problems affecting the distribution would be solved to ensure every electorate collects his or her permanent voters’ card.
Speaking shortly after collecting his PVC at Kwankwaso Malamai Polling unit on Saturday, the governor said “there is no doubt we have started very well even though we have got some challenges, we have got many wards and polling units that were not able to start this collection today.”
He disclosed that “places especially Dawakin Tofa where out of 10 wards only two (have) got the materials, Rimin Gado only four wards got the materials while eight wards were left out, Rano only five wards, the other five left, Hotoron Kudu, Gwazaye, Kombotso, Dakata and so on.
“However, we received assurance from Resident Electoral Commissioner, REC, that the materials will be made available in all the places by next Wednesday”. He then called on those who have not seen their cards to check by Wednesday at their wards in order to collect it
Kwankwaso also thanked the Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II, Ulamas, other stakeholders and INEC for mobilizing the public to engage in the exercise. He thanked every body who contributed in any way for the success of the program.
Meanwhile, Governor Kwankwaso had inspected some on going projects in the area which include the Nursing School, Madobi , Drugs Manufacturing Company, the new Kwankwaso Friday mosque as well as new primary and girls secondary schools and on going construction of a new market in Kwankwaso town.

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