Indigenes and residents of the state came out en
masse on Saturday collect their Permanent Voter Cards
(PVC) ahead of Sunday deadline.
Governor of Bayelsa State, Seriate Dickson and the
Jonathan support group, Transformation Ambassadors
of Nigeria (TAN), on Saturday, March 21, embarked on
a last-minute sensitization to persuade eligible voters
to collect their Permanent Voters Cards (PVC), ahead of
Sunday, March 22 deadline.
According to Punch , indigenes and residents of the
state came out en masse to collection centres to pick
their cards, as traditional rulers also helped out INEC
officials in their various domains with logistics to ease
performance and issuance of PVCs to the people.
Commenting on the exercise, Coordinator of TAN,
Bayelsa State, Wenipire Seibarugu , said Bayelsans have
no choice but to come out en masse and vote for
President Jonathan, adding that voting for him is a
duty every Bayelsan owes him as a worthy Ijaw person.