The lawmaker for Yagba Federal Federal Constituency, Kogi West, Elder Leke Abejide has urged Nigerians and the good people of Kogi State to move quickly and register for their permanent voters cards (PVC) with just five days left before INEC closes the registration.
The House of Representatives member, who is also Chairman House Committee on Customs gave this indication while addressing Journalists and Pressmen on Tuesday 26th July 2022. He noted that the populace have now understood the fact that power have changed hands to the electorates, and that having their PVCs will allow them to cast their votes for the candidates of their choice in 2023 General Elections.
The influential lawmaker seeking re-election under the platform of the African Democratic Congress (ADC) for Yagba Federal Constituency Kogi State, is regarded as one of the most prominent figures in Kogi politics after winning his first election with the ADC party in a state where the All Progressive Congress is the dominant force.
Elder Leke, who is also the convener of the Asiwaju Confluence Campaign Organization (ACCO23′), has completed a number of projects in his constituency and other Regions of Kogi West.
Recall, the lawmaker made a humanitarian act that is thought to be the first of its type when he donated aid worth more than N500,000,000 (Five Hundred Million) to more than 2000 constituents in Yagba East, Yagba West, and Mopa Muro Federal district.
He is the only National Assembly Member who has consistently paid WEAC fees for all his Constituents both in Public and Private Schools.
According to reports, in recent time, his enormous accomplishments have persuaded numerous Kogites to defect to the ADC in solidarity for his excellent performance in the green Chamber.
The lawmaker, urge all Nigerians to take advantage of the opportunity to register while praising INEC for making the process of registering and obtaining a PVC seamless.
Hon. Leke is an apostle of one man one vote, and “a man of the people.”