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Group takes PVC campaign to Kenpoly

One Rivers Coalition group has taken it campaign to Ken Saro Wiwa Polytechnic in Bori, to enlightened students on the need for them to participate in the electoral process.

The Group in their “Make Ur Count” mega campaign said they are partnering with in the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in their quest to enlightened university students on the benefits of permanent Voters Card.

Speaking to our correspondent, Barrister Ihunwo said “it’s a Coalition of groups of individuals from different Political parties to educate university students on the needs for PVC registration.

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“We’ve also visited Ignatius Ajuru University of Education Port-Harcourt to do same thing also in partnership with INEC and the student union Government of various universities”.

Our correspondent gathered that the ‘Make Ur Count’ mega campaign took place at the Nortem Town Hall in Bori, behind Ken Poly.

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