Thursday, October 21, 2021

Rochas Okorocha Announce The New “No PVC No Salary” Policy In Imo State

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Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha has announced that the Permanent Voters’ Card (PVC), will henceforth be a prerequisite for taking part in various activities in the state, including payment of salaries to civil servants.
The state governor, who declared this while speaking at a press conference in Owerri on Saturday, said the policy is to curb the reluctance of the people towards the collection of their PVCs.
He also noted that without presentation of their PVCs, residents of the state will not be able to participate in socio-economic activities such as payment of salaries and getting admission into schools.
Okorocha cried out that many people in the state are not concerned about getting the PVC, which will make them eligible for enjoying many benefits in the state.
He said: “The government is going to initiate the policy of ‘operation-show-your-PVC’ before you can enter the market to buy or sell and before you can do business or get anything from the government, and before your child can be admitted into schools.
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