Hundreds of resident in Enugu, Southeast Nigeria have protested vehemently over frustration being experienced in registration for the Permanent Voters Card (PVC).
The protesters marched on the road and accused the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of deliberately frustrating them from registering for the PVC.
As they marched on the road, they were chanting, ‘PVC is our right’ ‘PVC is our right.’
The protesters marched to INEC’s office in Enugu and demanded that they needed enough machines for the registration as getting PVC was their right.
The protesters are insisting that more machines should be provided for Okpara Square, Enugu State, where the crowd was huge.
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They lamented that INEC deployed only one machine to service over 2,000 youths who left work and all and waited over eight hours daily to get their PVC’s.