Singer Timi Dakolo Calls Out INEC Over Difficulty In Getting PVCs, Accuses Officials Of Soliciting Funds To Speed Up Process


Nigerian recording artiste, Timi Dakolo has on Tuesday, June 21 called out Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) over delay in the registration process for the Permanent Voter’s Card (PVC).

He also accused INEC officials of demanding funds from people who want to register to speed up the process.

The musician stated that INEC officials should desist from engaging in mediocre work and become more efficient with the registration process.

Timi Dakolo also complained about how there is not enough work tools and personnel to work with “over 500 people” who want to get their PVCs.

The popular musician stated further that the poor service is beginning to frustrate people, hence, INEC officials should do better.

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His tweet reads;

Dear @inecnigeria, it is beginning to look like an intentional act to frustrate people who want to get their PVCs.
Over 500 people coming to get their PVCs and you only have 1 computer to attend to everyone.
People are complaining that they had to pay to speed up the process.


Timi Dakolo slams APC for playing his song

Few weeks ago, Dakolo called out the All Progressives Congress, APC, for using one of his songs during their national convention in Abuja without asking for his consent.

Timi Dakolo’s hit song, ‘Great Nation’ was played at the APC presidential primaries when members of Nigerian entertainment industry under the aegis of Ambassadors of Voice for Change, appeared on stage to lend their voice to the call for peace and oneness in the country.

The artiste performed same song during Alhaji Atiku Abubakar’s declaration to run for the 2023 presidential election.

He at the time tweeted;

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