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Use PVC to Combat Bad Governance: Sanwo-Aide Olu’s

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Tokunbo Wahab, the Special Advisor to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Education, has advised students to use their Permanent Voter Cards to combat hunger, poverty, and poor leadership.

When educating students at Lagos State University, Ojo, and Lagos State University of Education, Ijanikin, about PVC registration and collection, Wahab was quoted in a statement released by his office.

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As a result, he gave them advice to register, obtain their PVCs, and take part in nation-building and the election process.

Says Wahab

“I strongly advise you, students, to register and collect your PVCs at the registration facilities located on your campuses. Never forget that your PVC is your main weapon in the fight against hunger and poverty, and that you may also use it to maintain good governance.

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A God-fearing leader who is committed to infrastructure development and good governance must be chosen, and since youth and students make up about 53.5 percent of the country’s total population, it is necessary to guide them along the way and provide them with the necessary orientation and education.

Wahab applauded LASU and LASUED management for upholding complete calm on their campuses.

In her remarks, Prof. Bidemi Lafiaji-Okuneye, acting vice chancellor of Lagos State University of Education, Ijanikin Campus, said that by making students aware of PVC collection, they would be able to fulfill their civic duty as citizens of the nation.

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Mr. Omotayo Sanya-Olu, the Special Adviser to Governor Sanwo-Olu on Students Affairs and Tertiary Education Matters, reminded the students that they had been granted the authority to choose their leaders when they received their PVCs.

 

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