Federal Capital Territory (FCT) New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) female leader Hajiya Saudat Abdullahi has urged women and youth to come out and collect their Permanent Voter Card (PVC), saying this is the only means by which they can bring the right kind of Leadership that they long for.

Abdullahi, who also urged Nigerians not to sell their PVCs for any reason, also urged the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to ensure Nigerians have less difficulty collecting their PVCs.

The leader, who stated this in a statement, added that the NNPP presidential candidate, Eng. Muhammad Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, has what it takes to get Nigeria out of the impasse between the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Democratic Party of the Peoples (PDP). he has plunged Nigeria into.

He stressed that Nigeria cannot afford another APC or PDP tenure in government, adding that they have already caused enough damage to the country.

“From engagements and interactions, it is clear that most, if not all, Nigerians are tired of the current situation in the country. From the staggering corruption in the country today to the unprecedented insecurity and gross mismanagement of the economy, it is abundantly clear that we cannot afford another APC administration after this one.

a PPD administration that laid the disastrous foundation on which the APC emerged.

“So we need to look in a new direction if we want to have the kind of Nigeria we want. And I think Engr Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso and the NNPP provide that

“He is easily the most experienced and most prepared presidential candidate of all the candidates so far.

“But Nigerians must go and collect their PVCs to elect him to office and bring the real change we long for.

“We also mandate INEC to ensure that the PVC collection process is not hampered. We have heard stories of people’s PVC being found in wells and other places other than the owners. We urge the electoral commission to be more vigilant in this regard,” he said.