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Youth Council takes PVC campaign to Khana LGA

The National Youth Council of Nigeria, NYCN, Rivers State chapter has taken its campaign on PVC revolution to Bori, the traditional headquarters of the Bori.

The chapter led by its chairman, Bani Samuel Nwisabari said the it’s not business as usual as the campaign for PVC revolution is to enlighten the people on the need to have their Permanent Voter’s Card to be able to have a say in Government.

Addressing multitude in Bori main Park, the NYCN chairman said his team in collaboration with NYCOP were in Bori to inform them of the benefits of having a Permanent Voter’s Card.

“Your PVC is your right, once you are 18 years and above it’s your right to quality governance, your right to quality road, quality education, health and infrastructural development. Your PVC is your Power. If you’re tired of bad governance, the answer is your PVC.”

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Our correspondent who monitored the campaign said the chairman and his team took the campaign for PVC revolution to Ken Poly, Bori market and other major streets in Bori.

Earlier, the chairman and his team had visited Gokana Local Government Area, Tai Local Government, Obio Akpor and other Riverine communities in the state.

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