INEC speaks on PVCs allegedly buried in top politician’s house in viral video

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has responded to a viral video showing PVCs found in a drainage, Charmingpro reports.

The PVCs allegedly buried in a highly placed personality were discovered in Rivers State, according to the electoral body.

Charmingpro recalls that a video recently circulated on social media depicting a large number of PVCs allegedly buried in a politician’s home.

The videos, which went viral on Twitter on Thursday, also showed PVCs lying around in unidentified offices.

According to previous reports, the PVCs were discovered in Imo State; however, Festus Okoye, National Commissioner and Chairman Information and Voter Education Committee, said on Arise TV on Friday that preliminary investigations have revealed that the incident occurred in Rivers State.

“The first challenge we had was that when the thing started circulating, it was difficult to pinpoint where it happened,” he explained.

“Some speculated that it occurred in Imo State, while others claimed it occurred in Rivers State.”

“When we reported the matter to security agencies, the location was narrowed down to Rivers State, and we have asked those who discovered the PVCs to tell us the exact location so that we can get to the bottom of the problem.”

“We have also requested that they return those PVCs to the commission so that we can conduct full investigations to determine whether those PVCs were actually discovered in someone’s home.”

“We have begun a thorough investigation into the circumstances that led to the presence of those PVCs, and I am confident that when we obtain additional information and make a breakthrough, the commission will issue a statement on that.”


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