Kano Declares Friday Public Holiday To Enable Civil Servants Collect PVC

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PVCsWith less than ten days to the commencement of general elections in the country, the Kano State Government has declared tomorrow, Friday, February 6, public holiday to allow civil servants, who have not collected their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs), to do so.

A statement signed by the Public Relations Officer in the office of the state Head of Service, Alhaji Mustapha Fagge, said the public holiday is necessary to enable workers use the opportunity to obtain their PVCs at INEC designation centres.

The statement urged civil servants to ensure that they visited the distribution centres to collect their PVCs.

Yobe and Oyo States have also declared public holidays for civil servants to collect their PVCs ahead of the Independent National Electoral Commission’s deadline of Sunday, February 8.

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