The Guardian Nigeria

Sunday 29 March 2015
An elderly Nigerian voter is helped to cast her ballot in Otuoke on March 28, 2015. Problems with new technology forced a 24-hour extension to the presidential election in Africa's most populous nation, Nigeria, and renewed Boko Haram violence hit the knife-edge vote. AFP PHOTO/FLORIAN PLAUCHEUR

Nigerian voters try again after technical glitches

President Goodluck Jonathan -- who is running against former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari -- and at least three governors from his ruling party were among those whose biometric details could not be

Bauchi: Gunmen storm polling unit, set materials ablaze

This is contained in a statement signed by the spokesman of the Bauchi State Police Command, DSP Haruna Mohammed, and made available to newsmen.

Elecctions 2015: Voting extended in 300 Nigeria polling stations

Voting in Nigeria's general election has been extended to Sunday in 300 out of 150,000 polling stations, the electoral commission said, after technical glitches marred polling nationwide.


Voting counting ongoing with mobile phone lighting in Lugbe

A correspondent of NAN monitoring the process at the Lugbe Market Polling Unit, reports that vote counting was in progress under the cover of darkness, with mobile phones as the only lighting source.

Voting suspended in some places in Nigeria: electoral commission

Nigeria's electoral commission on Saturday said polling in the country's presidential and parliamentary election had been suspended in some places because of glitches with new voter ID card readers.

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