Ahead of the 2023 general elections, Pastor Paul Enenche of Dunamis International Gospel Center has encouraged members to get their Permanent Voters Card, PVC.

Speaking during the ongoing seven days programme, the renowned clergy revealed that the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC has approved a registration centre at the Glory Dome (Dunamis headquarters, Abuja) to facilitate registration of members.

He said, “Very soon we will ask you to bring your PVC to church. There is an approved registration centre here in Glory Dome so that those coming for worship can also get registered.”

When DAILY POST visited the church on Thursday, the registration centre had commenced in front of the church’s main gate.

There was a large turnout of people, mostly members of the church queueing up for the exercise.

Some of the INEC ad hoc staff who spoke with our correspondent, expressed excitement at the level of turnout on the first day of the exercise at the new centre.

Some registrants also applauded the church for the initiative and advised those who are yet to get their PVCs to do so.

Pastor Enenche and his wife, Dr Becky Enenche, during their separate visits to the centre, encouraged registrants to inform other members to take advantage of the ongoing registration exercise to get their PVCs ready ahead of the 2023 polls.

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