ANCOPS Tasks Members On PVCs, Warns Against Partisan Politics In Kebbi

ANCOPS Tasks Members On PVCs, Warns Against Partisan Politics In Kebbi

From Haruna Aliyu Usman, Birnin Kebbi

Kebbi state president of All Principals Confederation of Nigeria (ANCOPS), Alhaji Lawal Ibrahim Kangiwa has called on his members to register and obtain permanent voters card(PVCs) .

He made the call in Birnin Kebbi at the union’s office, according to him , members needs  the voters cards to be able to vote candidates of their choice in the forth coming 2023 general elections.

Lawal added that, principals are civil servants therefore not allowed to partake in politics as long as they remain in active service but they are free to excercise their franchise as Nigerians.

In the same vain, the ANCOPS chief appeal to governor Bagudu to increase Kebbi state students feeding rate which currently stands at 32 naira per meal for students in secondary schools in the state even as the governor pledged to increase it to a certain undisclosed rate before his government winds up.

He added that, the governor also promised to rehabilitate all dilapidated schools in Kebbi state.

Kangiwa commended Bagudu for financial assistance given to the organization during the conference which was held at Bauchi state where they represented Kebbi state. 

On permanent voters card collection he said the union did alot of awareness campaign to sensitise their members on the need for them to get their voters cards “our members are urged to register with INEC and obtain their cards to enable them vote during elections,  I want to use this medium to warn our members against partisan politics. 

He stressed that so far he has no challenges as he is just five months old as ANCOPS president but as leader he intends to unify the union to be able to meet the demands of his members and the public, while commending them for giving him their mandate he pledged to take ANCOPS  to another level. 

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