Nigerian singer, Paul Okoye has taken to Twitter to question why tertiary institutions are still in session despite the ongoing collection of Permanent Voters Card, PVC for the general elections.
The music star opined that most of the students registered for the PVC in their various states during the prolonged strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU.
He wondered why they are still kept back in school even as the deadline for PVC collection elapses in the next 10 days.
“Out of the 74 million youths eligible voters, 26 million of them are students and they are all back in school, most of them registered during the ASUU strike.
“It’s 10days remaining for collection, @inecnigeria why are students still in school by now?” he asked.