Photos Report: How Nigerians Voted All Over The Country

Tens of millions of Nigerians voted in yesterday’s, March 28, thirstily awaited poll, despite fatal attacks by the Boko Haram sect, widespread technology challenges and the hacking of the national electoral commission’s website.

KTS gathered photos that residents posted on social media from different states of our country.

Man is making selfie with his voter card at one of the polling stations.

Old woman comes to the polling centre to cast her vote for the better future of Nigeria.

Borno people are really yearning for better future as they are patiently queuing to be sorted into their IDPs.

Electoral worker eats his lunch next to ballot boxes in a polling sta tion Rivers.

Electronic screeners check voting cards, confirm with thumbprints.

Woman casts her vote at Emir Yahaya Road, Sarkin Zamfara B, Sokoto South.

Fashola Lagos state governor

Two young women are having fun in a queue for being accredited for presidential election.

Lagos polling station 075, where no officials were spotted in the morning.

Woman is making a selfie at a polling unit in Kano and calling on Nigerians to stay in peace.

Lodge Road, Giginyu, Nassarawa, Voters accreditation.

Nigerian takes a photo of his ballot papers in Kano.

Adams Oshiomhole, governor of Edo state, is seen during the presidential election.

PDP and APC sympathizers mingling as one in Abuja.

Peaceful accreditation at near Habib bank at zone1 Wuse, Abuja.

Under a golden umbrella the emir of Kano arrives to cast his vote in the general election in Nigeria.

Voters spend the morning in long lines just to get registered. No voting until midday. Thank God for cell phones to pass the time.

Voting is about to commence.

Because of the late distribution of poll materials and slow accreditation voting in progress at Bakori LGA, Katsina State.

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