How to get your voters' card before 2019 elections To have a voice that matters as a Nigerian in 2019, you need a Permanent Voter's Card (PVC).

The means of Identification for eligible Nigerian Voters (PVC) Age 18 and Above

For your voice to be heard as a Nigerian, you are required to have a Permanent Voter's Card (PVC) to vote in favor of your favored candidate. 

As of Thursday, February 1, 2018, it's only 379 days to the 2019 general Elections. 

As indicated by the official timetable discharged by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the Executives and National Assembly decisions will occur on February 16, 2019, while the election for state governors, state house of Assembly members, and council of Representatives will happen on March 2, 2019. 

For your voice to be heard as a Nigerian, you are required to have a Permanent Voter's Card (PVC) to vote in favor of your favored candidate. 

The most effective method to get your PVC before 2019 general elections 

INEC decision commencement (INEC) 

On the off chance that you don't as of now have one, here are the basic strides to obtaining a PVC before the enlistment time frame closes: 

1. For whatever length of time that you're a Nigerian who has achieved the required voting age of 18, you should simply appear at the closest INEC LGA office with a valid means of identification such as birth certificate, a driver's license, national travel permit, or whatever other record that can demonstrate character, age and nationality. The activity keeps running in the vicinity from 9am and 3pm, Monday to Friday, barring open occasions. 

2. After the enlistment procedure is finished, INEC will issue you a Temporary Voter's Card (TVC) as a placeholder for when the permanent one will be prepared. 

3. At the point when your PVC is prepared, you can utilize the Temporary Voters Card(TVC) to assert it at your INEC LGA office after your name has been confirmed on the list. 

You can confirm your PVC status by checking if your name has been added to the voters' enroll by checking the "Voter Register Verification Platform" on the INEC site. 

The Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) exercise will be suspended in December 2018, 60 days before the commencement of the election.
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