The Atiku-Okowa presidential campaign has urged Nigerians not to miss the opportunity to oust the corrupt All Progressive Congress-led government by collecting their permanent voter cards.

The campaign team revealed this following the extension of PVC collection by the Independent National Electoral Commission by one week.

The group, in a statement issued by its spokesperson, Kola Ologbondiyan, in Abuja on Saturday urged Nigerians to maximize the opportunity by coming out en masse to take possession of their PVCs in preparation to vote.

Ologbondiyan said: “The only chance to oust the callous and corrupt APC, which has brought monumental anguish and pain to our country over the past seven and a half years, is by bringing together its PVCs and the PDP to install determined leadership and start the onerous task of rebuilding our nation.

“Our campaign appreciates the tremendous support, contributions and solidarity of the overwhelming majority of Nigerians in support of their consensus that Atiku is the candidate with the desired experience, ability, competence, integrity and national acceptability to lead our nation from the abyss in which it finds itself. he has been sunk by the APC.

Commenting further, the spokesperson stated: “All eligible Nigerians, regardless of their ethnic, religious, sectional or even political affiliations, must rise to the occasion, collect their PVCs, go to the polls, elect and defend their votes as a patriotic duty to redeem and rescue. our nation at this critical time.

The campaign stands with Nigerians by tasking INEC “to implement all measures to ensure a free, fair, transparent and credible electoral process that is a reflection of the Will of the people as expressed on the ballot.

He noted that the campaign also urges the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (Ret) to ensure that all institutions charged with the responsibilities of providing credible surveys to Nigerians fulfill their respective mandates in the collective interest of our nation.

He advised the APC and its presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, to read the writing on the wall apologizing to the nation, accepting its blanket rejection, and admitting defeat ahead of the presidential election.