Ekiti Citizens Without PVC Would No Longer Enjoy Dividends Of Democracy, Says Fayose

AYO FAYOSEThe Ekiti State Government has said any citizen of the state, who has attained the age of 18 but has no Permanent Voters Card (PVC), would henceforth lose his rights and privileges.
Governor Ayodele Fayose, who stated this yesterday at Aramoko Ekiti while commissioning a water reticulation project, said not having a PVC could mean that such citizen offers no civic responsibility to government and will be deemed as having nothing to enjoy from the government.
At Awo in Irepodun/Ifelodun local government during the flag-off ceremony of the 14.5 km Awo-Ara-Ijero road, Fayose said: “Very soon about 10,000 people will benefit N10,000 monthly in our social security scheme”.
The governor also said the road was constructed when he was in government in 2003 and since then, nothing has been done on it.
“I promised during my electioneering campaign that I will do this road and what we are doing today is a promise kept”, Mr. Fayose stated.

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