Because of the November 18 governorship election in Anambra State, voter cards have become a precious commodity in the state.
Investigations by some correspondent showed that politicians were buying the cards for N5,000 each, depending on location.
In rural communities, the cards were sold for N5, 000 each while in urban areas owners of PVCs could make between N7,000 and N10,000 per card.
Corroborating some investigation, the governorship candidate of the Peoples Progressive Alliance in the November poll, Mr. Godwin Ezeemo, called on security agencies to arrest and prosecute such politicians according to extant laws.
He reminded eligible voters in the state not to mortgage their conscience and future by selling their voter cards, that the are the one to chose a better leader .