Frederick Leonard, Nigerian actor, has called out those urging people to get their permanent voters cards (PVCs) ahead of the 2023 general elections.

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The country’s political landscape is already gaining momentum ahead of next year’s poll which is expected to usher in a new president.

Quite a lot of individuals have been urging the masses to get their PVCs in order to vote their desired candidates into power.

But in a Twitter post on Sunday, the actor faulted the emphasis on getting PVCs in some quarters, adding that such has not yielded the desired results in the past.

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In the post, which was also shared via his Instagram story, the film star said no one should preach to him about getting PVC.

“Did I just hear get your PVC again? Please what happened to the ones we got seven years ago and very recently… three years ago? Chai, my darling Naija,” he wrote in a mixture of English and Pidgin.

He said Nigerians should rather strive to understand what was the problem in past elections and dissipate energy towards changing the narrative.

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“May we open our eyes, mind and sense to see what the problem is, and call it what it is… Please, no brainwashed person should preach PVC to me!” he added.



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