ENWAF Takes Senstization To Swali Market

Story by Elizabeth Vincent yenagoa

In a bid to to encourage women and

underrepresented youths in the forthcoming November 11, off cycle governorship election in Bayelsa, the Eunice Nnachi Women Advocacy Foundation, ENWAF has called on traders in Swali to collect their Permanent Voters Card, PVC’S before the expiration date October 10., 2023.

The Founder and CEO, of ENWAF, Lady Eunice Nnachi who led other members to the Ultramodern market, made the call during a visit to Swali market to sensitize them on the importance of having their PVC’S and coming out to vote on election day.

Lady Nnachi and members of ENWAF took turns to emphasize the need for Bayelsans to shun voter apathy and electoral violence noting that votes would count in the election.

” Your votes would count in the election, you should not be found sleeping in your houses on election day, you should all come out and vote”

” Election is not a time for violence, we should not fight during the election, let us all go and exercise our right using our PVC’S to vote the person of our choice”

Stressing further she said, ” voter education is crucial for empowering voters, increasing voter turnout, promoting political participation, ensuring fairness and transparency, and improving civic literacy.
“It helps voters understand the differences among the contestants, the issues at stake, and the significance of the election
“It helps citizens understand their political system, their rights, and the mechanics of the voting process.”
She therefore urged the traders to ensure the collect their PVC’s, because with it there will go out to vote, and it would bring good leadership, that would cater for the overall interest of all persons in the state.



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