The election for tomorrow is highly unpredictable. However, my area of concern is the arrival of materials to the polling units and the turnout.A lot of people I have spoken to in the last five days have shown that they don’t believe in the electioneering process and this will hinder majority of the registered voters from making this national decision. Mr. Adewuyi Mayowa,Serial entrepreneur
I hope and pray for a free and fair election tomorrow as this is another great opportunity for us to either build or mortgage our futute.My major concern is that of security and if eligible voters will turn out to cast their votes as majority of Nigerians were disappointed last week when INEC postponed the polls.
Mrs. Adeyemi Sunkanmi
I am highly concerned; I doubt if the political gladiators in the country will give room for free and fair elections without rigging.
Also I hope that INEC will not fail and disappoint Nigerians tomorrow. Mr. Farotimi Olaoluwa
Nobody can actually predict election especially that of our country due to many factors.
However, I hope we will not wake up to hear another announcement by INEC that the election has been postponed. Also, I hope for a better security, free and fair election.
Mr. Peace Nwosu Accountant
The only thing the postponement achieved is the reduction in number of electorate that will turn out to vote. A lot of people travelled last weekend to cast their vote and owing to the poor financial situation of citizens. It will obviously be tasking to travel again this week to perform their duties.
Mr. Tony Iyke, Public servant
I am not sure the election will be free and fair election.
Free and fair election can only be archived if Nigerians can be allowed to vote according to their conscience without being influenced by politicians. Unfortunately, vote buying is taking place under the pretense of empowering Nigerians.
Mr. Charlesmary Amaechina,
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