Nigerians finally head to the polls for the keenly contested presidential and national assembly elections.
So this essentially happened in most places in Lagos where majorly Igbos live. Nigeria will always find a way to break your heart ? ??? pic.twitter.com/2XaN7tPQqw— Sparklezzzzz (@Sparklezzzzz1) February 23, 2019
Did you know that there are 84.2 million people have registered to vote in #Nigeria's 2019 presidential elections? The youth represents 51.1% of the registered voters.— CNBC Africa (@cnbcafrica) February 23, 2019
Source: INEC @inecnigeria#NigeriaDecides#NigeriaDecides2019#CNBCAfricapic.twitter.com/JGp7Cm25bC
#NigeriaDecides410: Counting and sorting ongoing at polling unit 028 Maitama, Abuja and polling unit 037 Victoria Island, Lagos respectively. #NigeriaDecides2019#2019Electionspic.twitter.com/340LeLKsu4— CNBC Africa (@cnbcafrica) February 23, 2019
Voting done and dusted, my polling Unit was generally peaceful, though we had to stay in the sun for over two hours, it was a time well spent chatting with neighbors, especially my @elevationng connect group members who turned out to cast their votes. #election2019#ivotedpic.twitter.com/MaYoBFvxWw