How to get your PVC in LAGOS,Nigeria .

PVC centres in Lagos

I first registered to vote in 2011 , as a student  in the University of Lagos, unfortunately I haven’t voted since then because I misplaced my temporary VOTERS card and couldn’t find my permanent  VOTERS card

But more recently with buharis win and the recent state of the country ( not to forget my father’s demeaning look the first time he asked if i had gotten my pvc  and I said No and tried to explain why,he wasn’t having it at all)

After a long while of thinking and contemplating  how stressful the entire process of getting my Pvc was going to be( because everything is hard in this country) I finally took the leap and here’s what I found out

Did you know?

If you registered for a pvc in 2011 or 2015,You do not need to register again,Your card is still valid.

If you have misplaced your VOTERS CARD go to the INEC office near you with an afidavit/police report . Also print out your details on you only need your name and date of birth to find your details online.  I was so impressed with the electoral commission after I seamlessly found my detail with no stress on their site. Kudos!
If you have changed location since the time you last registered go to an INEC office near you and request a transfer after downloading and printing your registration details on Transferring from one location to another is so easy, you’d hardly believe that This is Nigeria after you are done with it. Its pretty simple and way easier than registering all over again.

This information  also applies if you need to change the details on your Voters cards, maybe your name was misspelled, or your date of birth is wrong. Photocopy your Voters card both the front and the back and visit an INEC office near you.
remember that registering for a VOTERS card more than once is a criminal offence, just go back to Inec for a VOTERS card if for whatever reason you need a new one.
Find your PVC here

This post is based on my experience,  if you are just registering for the first time, you can make the process easier for you by having a valid identification  card, arriving  at the polling unit  early. I got there at 7am and people were already there,the officials available from 9am – 3pm.

To find out more about what first time applicants need click here

I hope you find the information in this post useful.

 if you have any questions leave them in the comment section.

Have you registered to vote in the coming elections?

If you have ,how was the process?  If you haven’t,  why?

Please let me know in the comment  section. Thank you.

Published by tonyeigbani

21 year old Nigerian. Writing about my personal style, fashion, beauty and life style. Book lover,wine lover,lipstick lover,love lover.

2 thoughts on “How to get your PVC in LAGOS,Nigeria .

    1. You are welcome. Dedicate one day in the week and just try to get it, It is super important to be part of the process of choosing our next leaders. I hope you get it soon.


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