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The Jega's PVC lopsided distribution plot exposed

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With few weeks to the Presidential election, the  lopsided dodgy policy of INEC PVC distribution,  is fast becoming a source for worry.

Recall the highly controversial   lopsided Polling units allocation where over 21, 000 units were allocated in the north (even when INEC uncovered over 10 million ghost and underage voters in the same north) and little above 8, 000 units were given to the south. That plot has been killed though.

It now appears INEC boss, Attahiru Jega did not relent as he is now implementing his Plan B since Plan A failed. This Plan B is Permanent Voters Card (PVC) collection. A lot of southern voters (Goodluck Jonathan's main political base) are yet to receive their PVC due to Jega's evil plans to rig the election in favour of APC. This investigation has it that PVCs are in the hands of the northerners more than southerners.

There is sharp contrast to the strict adherence to the rules of the game between the north and south. This contrast and Jega's evil plans are in two ways:

1. Districts Heads in most northern states are being allowed to collect the PVC for their owners, but this was not allowed by INEC in any state in the south.

2. INEC told those that have not collected their PVC to proceed to their local govt offices of INEC to collect it. In the south, the voters returned home with tales of disappointment because the INEC officials refused to give them, due to the instruction given to them by Jega. But in the north, the voters were given their PVC without any problem or delay.

Recall that, two months ago, it was discovered that some INEC officials under the instruction of Jega were conducting house to house registration of voters against the Electoral Act and guidelines. It took the intervention of the head of one of the security agencies to stop the illegality.

Even with the insurgency in the northeast and the so-called territories taken by Boko Haram, yet they have more PVCs than those in the south as shown below:

South East, 59.22% Collection
South South, 66.66% Collection
South West, 43.15% Collection
North Central, 69.89% Collection
North East, 81.09% Collection
North West, 80.18% Collection
The State by State breakdown is as follows (some States were omitted because their data was not available as at Press Time):

SOUTH EAST
STATE                         % DISTRIBUTED
ABIA                                    73.5
ENUGU                               45.0
ANAMBRA                         48.6
EBONYI                              75.0
IMO                                      54.0
TOTAL % OF PVC DISTRIBUTED IN SOUTH EAST   =   59.22  

SOUTH SOUTH
AKWA IBOM                       60.0
BAYELSA                             79.43
CROSS RIVER                     69.2
DELTA                                   67.0
EDO                                      57.7
TOTAL % OF PVC DISTRIBUTED IN SOUTH SOUTH = 66.666
SOUTH WEST
ONDO                                   65.4
OYO                                      57.67
LAGOS                                 49.0
OGUN                                   54.4
TOTAL % OF PVC DISTRIBUTED IN SOUTH WEST = 43.1535
NORTH CENTRAL
BENUE                                   72.0
KOGI                                      63.97
KWARA                                 64.0
PLATEAU                              78.9
NASARAWA                         70.6
TOTAL % OF PVC DISTRIBUTED IN NORTH CENTRAL = 69,894

NORTH EAST
GOMBE                                   77.0
TARABA                                70.0
BAUCHI                                  96.97
YOBE                                      80.4
TOTAL % OF PVC DISTRIBUTED IN NORTH EAST = 81.0925
NORTH WEST
KEBBI                                   60.3
ZAMFARA                             70.0
JIGAWA                               94.0
SOKOTO                                88.9
KANO                                    87.7
TOTAL % OF PVC DISTRIBUTED IN NORTH WEST = 80.18
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