As celebrities continue to campaign for the collection of Permanent Voter’s Card(PVCs), popular actor-cum-comedian, William Uchemba has also taken to social media to encourage individuals to do so.
Uchemba, in an Instagram post, said he’d rather give eight hours of his time waiting to secure his PVC than endure ‘another eight years of misery’.
“I’ll rather wait eight hours for my pvc to be ready than another eight years of misery,” the former child actor wrote.
Encouraging individuals to go get theirs, the movie star reminded them how important exercising their civic right will be while emphasizing his earlier point
“The process might not be easy but remember how important your vote will be. 8hrs wait is better than 8years of pain,” Uchemba added.
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