Welcome to February, the much-awaited election month!

As I write to you on this very special month, I have several questions.

Would you be voting in the Nigeria 2023 elections?

Have you collected your Permanent Voter Card (PVC)?

Have you carefully evaluated your choice of candidates?

Well, it’s 22 days until the #NigeriaDecides2023 election, and I leave you to answer these questions as a Nigerian citizen who is desirous of a better country. The 2023 election is a fight for the soul and future of our dear country. Realizing the Nigeria of our dreams depends on you and me to activate our role as active citizens by fully participating in the electoral process, and you cannot participate without your PVC. 

Itโ€™s barely 3 days to the end of the PVC collection -The clock is ticking. Visit the INEC office in your LGA, where your polling unit falls from 9 am to 5 pm daily, to collect your PVC now. INEC will not be extending beyond February 5th, 2023. Remember, Your Vote Is Your Voice!

For everything you need to know about PVC and the upcoming elections, visit www.govote.ng for simplified information.


GoVote Nigeria, a project of the Co-creation Hub, is positioned to increase young people’s turnout to vote in the upcoming 2023 election by ensuring election information is simplified and accessible to citizens.

In January 2023,  we assisted over 10,000 citizens in collecting their PVC and reached over 80 thousand focused groups and communities with voter education information geared to improving the overall turnup of citizens for voting on election day.

For more election resources and information, visit https://govote.ng/election-resources/.ย Not sure of your local government and polling unit? Visitย  https://govote.ng/get-pvc/

Follow us on Twitter @GovoteNG and Instagram @Govote.ng for simplified information on the election process, and join the conversation using #MakeWeGoVote on all platforms.


We have curated an exciting curriculum to equip you as an active citizen to enable you to begin to make an impact in your community and contribute to good governance in Nigeria. Visit the GoVote open-source learning platform on  www.govote.ng for more.