Thieves return stolen PVCs in Edo

Some thieves who stole 3,661 Permanent Voters Cards in Orhiomwon
local government area of Edo State have returned 983 of the stolen
cards.

A total of 4,658 PVCs were stolen at distribution points in nine local government areas of the state.
The thieves reportedly dumped the cards at two polling units and called
the Independent National Electoral Commission officials to go and
collect them.

The Resident Electoral Commissioner in the state, Barr. Mike Igini,
disclosed this at a stakeholders’ forum held at the National Orientation
Agency office in Benin, the state capital, on Friday.

Igini urged the thieves to return the remaining PVCs to enable the rightful owners participate in the elections.

He said, “I received anonymous calls saying that they were going to
return those permanent voters cards. As I speak to you, as at yesterday,
we have received the stolen cards from Orhionmwon local government
area. That is good news.”

“While 661 cards were recovered from Urhonigbe North, 322 cards were retrieved from Urhonigbe South polling units.

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