A masquerade has been spotted on the street posing with an inscription encouraging Nigerians to use their voters' card wisely.
While pastors, traditional rulers and other leaders are urging Nigerians to get their permanent voters card (PVC) to decide those who will rule us next year, masquerades appeared to have also joined in the process.
A masquerade in Kogi state was pictured seen urging citizens to get their voters' card as he held a shirt with the inscription '2019 My PVC is not for sale'.
This reportedly happened at an event during the Easter festivity.
Meanwhile, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has disclosed that the Continuous Voters Registration (CVR) currently on-going across the nation would be temporarily stopped 60 days to the commencement of the 2019 general elections.
INEC had slated February 16th, 2019 as date for commencement of the next general elections.