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Nigeria Decides at the Polls Today

After 8 years under the current administration, Nigerians will have the opportunity to vote in their preferred presidential candidate today. The 2023 Nigeria Presidential Election will have a far-reaching impact on the country and her citizens, with implications for everything from the economy to foreign relations.

We need to analyze the various factors, including the candidates, the political parties, and the social and economic issues affecting the country, and we need to cast our votes with the hope of a better tomorrow.

Some updates according to social media and eyewitness reports:

In the northern state of Kaduna, there were reports of 18 stolen voters’ card recovered from a female who also had in her possession a 17-page list of eligible voters and their bank account information. The situation was quickly brought under control by security personnel, and voting resumed.

There’s active vote buying going on in the Eastern region of the country, eyewitness report claims.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has assured Nigerians that all necessary measures have been put in place to ensure a free, fair, and credible election. This includes the deployment of security personnel to ensure the safety of voters and election officials.

Some voters have reported challenges with the card readers used to verify their identity, leading to delays and frustration at polling stations. However, INEC has assured voters that these issues are being addressed and resolved.

As the day progresses, we can expect to see more updates on the progress of the elections, including voter turnout, security measures, and any incidents that may occur. With the fate of the country hanging in the balance, it’s crucial that the election is conducted transparently, peacefully, and fairly. Only then can Nigerians have confidence in their leaders and their future.

Read my previous post that outlines the key players in this election, here.

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