Voters in Kubwa, a sattelite town in Abuja, trooped out early to their units on Saturday, in preparation for the Presidential and National Assembly elections.
While officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) where yet to report at the Kubwa polling units, visited scores of voters were already gathered with few security personnel observing.
At the polling unit in Queen Amina Street, Phase II, site II (2:2), PW and Police Estate, hundreds of voters were seen as at 7:30 a.m.
Some of the voters who spoke to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) expressed hope in the electoral system, while urging Nigerians to conduct themselves peacefully.
According to on voter, Lateef Taiwo, it is advisable to come early because the poling units are usually crowded.
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He urged voters to maintain peace, while calling on the electoral officers to ensure that the process is fair and credible.
Another voter, Kingsley Okoro, also called for a peaceful process while urging Nigerians to make the right choice in the interest of the country.
According to Japhet Opara, another voter, it is a civic duty to participate in the elections and ensure that the process is credible.
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“I advise the electorates to be calm, though I believe that this election will not be violent in any way.
“The process as initiated by INEC seems easy when compared to other elections, ” he said.
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