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2019: Ogun CAN holds rally, sensitisation on PVCs

– The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has began sensitisation of Nigerians on the collection of PVCs

– The association kicked off its first rally in Ogun state

– CAN informed Ogun residents on the importance of having their PVCs before the 2019 general elections

The Ogun state chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) on Tuesday, June 19, held a rally to sensitise residents of the state on registration and collection of their permanent voters’ cards. The rally which took place in an open park at Pansheke, Abeokuta was organised by the association ahead of the 2019 general election. Speaking on the essence of the rally, CAN said it aims to sensitise Christians and their family members in the state to go and register and collect their permanent voter cards. READ ALSO: Why I will not hold talks with aggrieved nPDP leaders – President Buhari Punch reports that the association told residents that having their PVCs will enable them vote in 2019 general elections. Before hitting the ground running the association visited the palace of the Alake of Egbaland before moving to the park where prayers were offered for Nigeria.

Punch reports that the association told residents that having their PVCs will enable them vote in 2019 general elections. Before hitting the ground running the association visited the palace of the Alake of Egbaland before moving to the park where prayers were offered for Nigeria.

Most of the sensitisers were wearing T-shirts with the inscriptions ‘Your vote is your power’ and ‘Get your PVC now.’ Also some officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and National Orientation Agency (NOA) in the state were on ground to enlighten the citizens on what to do concerning the PVC.

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