Anambra hunter discovers thousands of PVCs dumped in bush (Video)
Concerns about the credibility of the upcoming election have been raised after thousands of INEC PVC cards were found dumped in the state of Anambra.
The validity of the upcoming presidential election has come under scrutiny in the wake of this shocking discovery.
In a bush at Akanmiri, Umudim, Nnewi, a hunter recently discovered a bag containing thousands of INEC Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs). On Tuesday, the hunter immediately informed Authority 91.9 FM Nnewi of the discovery.
The cards belonged to registered voters in Nnewi North local government area. The radio station staff urged its listeners to visit the station premises to check whether their names were on the cards, warning that the PVC cards could be up to a million.
Despite the gravity of the situation, there has been no official statement from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the police, or any government official. The lack of response has left many citizens concerned about the integrity of the electoral process in the area.
The discovery of the PVC cards has raised questions about the transparency and accountability of the electoral process in Nigeria. It has also put a spotlight on the need for more effective security measures in the run-up to the election.
Several supporters of the Labour Party presidential candidate and members of the public have called for a thorough investigation into the incident and urged INEC to take measures to ensure that the upcoming election is not rigged.
The Anambra State police command has yet to release a statement or launched an investigation to uncover the source of the PVC cards.