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INEC Publishes Data of PVC Distribution in All 36 States and the FCT

Ahead of the 2015 general elections, a total of 14,505,729 Permanent Voter Cards (PVC) are yet to be distributed, latest data from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) revealed yesterday.

By the recent data released by the electoral commission, a total of 54,327,747 PVCs have been collected so far, at a rate of 78.93 percent.

The commission further disclosed that a total of 67, 206,600 PVCS have been distributed to the states.

The last data released by INEC on February 17 shows that 52,275,367 PVCS were distributed at 75.94 percent.

However, the data shows a difference of 2,052,380 (3.01 percent) between February 17 till date.

Nevertheless, Akwa Ibom State has recorded the highest number of PVCS collected so far at 1,587, 566 at 94.46 percent.

This is followed by Bauchi State,where 1,938,192, PVCS have been collected at a rate of 94.36 percent.

The lowest state still remains Ogun State, where 808,590 PVCS have been collected at a rate of 44.20 percent.

In Zamfara State, 1,397,296 PVCs have been collected at a percentage of 93.42; in Taraba State, 1,252,491 have been collected at 93.42 percent.

 

Independent National Electoral Commission

Issuance Of Permanent Voters Cards As At February 26, 2015

 

(a)     (b)                         (c)                          (d)                         (e)                          (f)

1         ABIA                     1,396,162           1,382,181           1,132,928           81.15

2         ADAMAWA        1,559,012           1,570,370           1,364,804           87.54

3         AKWA-IBOM    1,680,759           1,720,645           1,587,566           94.46

4         ANAMBRA         1,963,173           1,915,070           1,527,045           77.78

5         BAUCHI              2,054,125           2,024,340           1,938,192           94.36

6         BAYELSA             610,373               577,230               404,119               66.21

7         BENUE                 2,015,452           2,015,441           1,566,186           77.71

8         BORNO               1,934,079           1,544,612           1,320,667           68.28

9         CROSS RIVER   1,175,623           1,184,534           919,622               78.22

10       DELTA                 2,275,264           2,282,018           1,795,307           78.91

11       EBONYI               1,074,273           1,043,746           848,392               78.97

12       EDO                      1,779,738           1,784,404           1,197,829           67.30

13       EKITI                    732,021               813,871               505,829               69.10

14       ENUGU                1,429,221           1,434,511           1,169,408           81.82

15       FCT                       881,472               903,613               552,381               62.67

16       GOMBE               1,120,023           1,129,622           1,064,577           95.05

17       IMO                      1,803,030           1,772,129           1,352,554           75.02

18       JIGAWA              1,831,276           1,857,558           1,794,646           98.00

19       KADUNA             3,407,222           3,447,996           3,159,011           92.72

20       KANO                   4,975,701           4,827,236           4,112,039           82.64

21       KATSINA            2,827,943           2,809,910           2,620,096           92.65

22       KEBBI                   1,470,648           1,484,580           1,316,656           89.53

23       KOGI                    1,350,883           1,330,400           926,013               68.55

24       KWARA                1,142,267           1,153,109           858,623               75.17

25       LAGOS                 5,822,207           5,558,062           3,693,355           63.44

26       NASARAWA       1,242,667           1,228,098           1,026,657           82.62

27       NIGER                  2,014,317           1,981,183           1,642,144           81.52

28       OGUN                  1,829,534           1,387,401           808,590               44.20

29       ONDO                  1,524,655           1,501,694           1,073,904           70.44

30       OSUN                   1,407,107           1,569,368           1,021,169           72.57

31       OYO                      2,415,566           2,416,470           1,603,168           66.37

32       PLATEAU            2,001,825           1,812,704           1,430,852           71.48

33       RIVERS                                2,537,590           2,295,325           2,091,132           82.41

34       SOKOTO             1,611,929           1,650,081           1,428,098           88.60

35       TARABA              1,340,652           1,347,104           1,252,491           93.42

36       YOBE                    1,099,970           973,250               824,401               74.95

37       ZAMFARA          1,495,717           1,476,734           1,397,296           93.42

Total                    68,833,476        67,206,600        54,327,747        78.93

 

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