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Peter Okoye Reacts As Lagos Thugs Attack Igbo Traders Over PVC Registration

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Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye has called out the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for allegedly denying people from the Southeast access to voter registration in the Ojo local government area of Lagos state.

This comes after a viral video of Igbo traders lamenting bitterly after they were denied registration of the Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) ongoing in the state.

Taking to Twitter, Peter condemned the attack whilst urging the youths to get their PVC as oppositions are scared of a third force.

He wrote; “The attack on My Igbo people who went to register for there PVCs is unacceptable! God is watching!

“Nigerian Youth! Our only weapon now is our PVC’s🪪 if ur vote don’t count nobody will pay u money to vote for him or her, so ur vote is ur voice lend it rightly don’t sell it.

“The attack on My Igbo people who went to register for there PVCs is unacceptable! God is watching!

“Nigerian Youth! Our only weapon now is our PVC’s🪪 if ur vote don’t count nobody will pay u money to vote for him or her, so ur vote is ur voice lend it rightly don’t sell it.

“Now they scared of the 3rd force!”