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Saturday, February 25, 2023

Nigeria Decides 2023 - Have You Voted?

Today is the D- day!!!Have you voted? What is the situation like at your voting unit? Who did you give your votes, if i may ask?
Go out and vote or keep quiet when those who voted come out later to celebrate their win!
Who do you think will win from what you are seeing on ground?





143 comments:

  1. I voted as early as 10am. I'm one of the Labour Party Agent in my ward.

    So far everything went smoothly.

    The love for Obi is massive. Everyone was voting him as I can see.

    I think Peter Obi is coming.

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    1. I have voted. In fact in my polling unit,everyone was just saying it's LP,never new senatorial and house of assembly was also today. Voted my president then dashed votes to d other parties for the others.

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    2. One polling booth and Obi is coming? Thankfully, all the noise ends today

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    3. Don't cry yet. Peter Obi just won in my ward and five other wards I just confirmed.

      Only God can stop him. No mortal.

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    4. Agbaya that will not respect his old age. Your hatred for this particular tribe will be the end of you. Always accusing other people of bigotry and tribalism while he is the head. You better change your ways!

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    5. Yes love for PO is massive

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    6. I have voted o
      My polling unit was changed and moved somewhere about 40mins away from my area and to a very rural place.
      I still made sure amongst all odds to find my way there.
      I dressed in my jalabi, voted and bounced.
      I said even if ild be the only one voting peter Obi in that polling unit, let it be me
      I am super proud of myself

      For those who kept calling peter an actor, why are they so scared? Why are they bothered about someone without a structure?
      And to people who were claiming being bullied, now we have seen your candidate is the biggest bully, rubbish.


      Push up (original)

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    7. We were at our polling unit since 9am. Inec agents arrived about 10am.
      Imagine having 3 large polling units in one place at Woji town hall Port Harcourt. The turnout was massive.
      I eventually voted at about 5pm after so much delay. Imagine people still waiting till now to cast their votes no matter how late. Nobody wants to leave the place.
      As at now it's Peter Obi all the way...
      God pass dem...πŸ‘Œ

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  2. Yes I have. But we have a lot of work to do for the growth of this country.
    How can you say you didn’t know the BVAS machine didn’t charge? That’s the height of irresponsibility. Something we have been preparing for for months!!

    Sluttychic.

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    1. Have managed vote o.

      Na Obi everyone knows.

      Lord, may your will be done. Amen!

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  3. So much irregularities. From LP logo not being on the ballot paper in some states to voter intimidation across the country. In South Western states, voters that are not voting for APC are not allowed to vote. Same with Rivers state.

    These other parties especially APC claimed to be popular and confident of winning the election, why are they not allowing people vote freely?

    Unfortunate. Very very unfortunate.

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    1. We truly have a long way to go , I pity the masses that are allowing themselves be tools in the hands of wicked men suffer never tire them at all.

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    2. Just imagine!!
      Wike of river State has really showed his real color.

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  4. I've voted. Got there at 9am. INEC officials came at 11am, voted at 1:30pm. Was no 55 and there are almost 300 people in my PU, only God knows when theyll finish today before we start counting. Reporting live from. Akanbi IV. Ilorin Kwara State

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  5. I have voted but still in the polling unit. I will be here til votes are counted. Very peaceful unit. People are so happy and expectant.

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    1. Well Zaram please take this for relaxation πŸ‰πŸ‰πŸ“πŸ“πŸŒπŸŒ
      Late late you can take this🍾🍾🍾🍸

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    2. Hope you're safe,if not go home please.

      Watched about 28 video recordings and live feeds on Twitter and media platforms.

      Akinyele street, surulere. Turned upside down.

      From Vanguard newspaper on Twitter, polling unit at Agboola Akinsanya street in mafoluku oshodi, turned upside down.

      From Lolo ex Wazobia fm OAP, polling unit in sangotedo ajah-lekki turned upside down.

      From Ibe, at Jaiye street,ilasanmaja, polling unit not allowing more than 15 voters to go in for voting.

      From Chioma chukwuka, ikota primary school,Lekki, polling unit turned upside down.

      From ago palace way, 4 polling units upturned.

      Oshodi / Isolo local government voting materials, labor party logo not on voting materials.

      In my grandma's voice I say to INEC's Prof Yakubu uh uahhh ooo.
      Ifve akalia.
      What a gwan?
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      Thought Labor party was not a threat. Are you are?

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    3. Orlu Imo State . No vote

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  6. Yes, I have cast my vote. The BVAS is so frustrating. It wasn't reading so many people's thumbprints (mine inclusive). I had to wait again for like an hour plus and retried it, and it finally worked. I was so happy. My polling unit, so far, is peaceful.

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    1. I was only snapped. My own na old card. This is the 3rd presidential election, I'm using the card for. But a lot of people were not found in the system.

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    2. And, I made sure I voted Peter Obi of Labour Party.

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  7. Yes oh,

    I voted before 2pm today and I am so happy that have carrier out my civil right as a Nigerian. May God allow the right person to sit on that thrown.

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  8. My pulling unit na mama, papa and pikin all the way but cannot call anyone winning till the election is over. My location is so peaceful with plenty drinks and something small to chew.

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  9. Stella,I have not voted yet oh. I have been at my polling unit since 9am,it's 2.16 pm now and no INEC official on ground here. This is at Mike Okpopor/Ekein Cross polling unit,Yenagao,Bayelsa State. Infact,there is a protest going on at the INEC office right now because so many polling units were unable to vote in the state capital
    Nigeria/Inec is a bloody joke. My tired is tired of this country.

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    1. You can imagine. INEC is the major saboteur of this election.
      Please don’t be tired, be a bit patient.

      Sluttychic.

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  10. I've been busy on Twitter and Facebook. I discovered so many dirty deals from the INEC adhoc staff.

    I will share on a later post or tomorrow SP.

    Politicians are not the ones rigging elections but INEC staff.

    I will explain better later.

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    1. Are they not paid by the politicians to rig?

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    2. Yes they are paid to do so. I will explain better on a later post. My battery is not strong enough. Almost running out.

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    3. Thank you @Shooter as if they’re doing it for free na So them love party or candidates reach .

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  11. It was peaceful in my area badagry, Lagos. But it seems these thieves has played a fast one o. God please your mercy on Nigeria. We can't continue in this mess again. I don't trust this one people. Transfer has been done.

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  12. My polling unit was very peaceful and the line was moving very fast

    I'm fully obedient. I'm back home hoping and praying he wins. Have done my part

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  13. I have voted. Thank God everything is moving well to the glory of Jesus.

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  14. Yes i have
    My polling unit was calm
    We are all obidient ❤️

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  15. I have voted .
    I got here around 7:am and I was no 35. Voting was peaceful. All the garage boys were on standby to attack anyone who tries to disrupt the voting.

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  16. I voted o.
    I was almost discouraged because my polling unit was changed to a farther distance.
    And I had to trek with big belle🀦‍♀️
    Got to the new polling unit and everything was smooth. No wahala
    Turn-out very impressive. Then old and young representing.
    I await a new Nigeria
    I got to do mine very fast( what a time to be pregnantπŸ˜€) I was also very careful ask3d questions so I won't hear invalid vote.
    After thumb printing I kabashed on top to wave off evil eyes and bad belle people.
    Back home eating hot peppered rice while I wait to dance for joy.
    Peter Obi got my vote.

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    1. You have done well mama, Your labour will not be in vain.

      I have voted.
      LP all the way.
      PU was Peaceful though INEC officials arrived late

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  17. I just voted for my man, Jagaban.

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  18. I obediently casted my vote and the poling unit was very peaceful

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  19. Stella i have not voted o

    I went back home to eat and cook, will be heading back there in 10 minutes

    My unit started by past 12

    Omg who saw the video of Mcoluomo threatening Igbo's that dare vote

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  20. I an still here since 10am and haven't voted yet!
    I am so tired
    The process is very slow too

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  21. Labour Party won in the Polling unit I was overseeing. Peter Obi votes choke oo.

    The results heavy oo.

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    1. Great news! It gladdens my heart, I pray to hear more like this. Everyone knows that if this election was to be free and fair which seems impossible though, Peter Obi will win hands down.

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    2. HALLELUYAH somebodyπŸ™

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    3. Prettiest Rosie, hands down?? Becos u’ve heard result from just one PU not even a ward oo. Go to places like Kano, where they have the population, LP doesnt even have an office there. Abi it’s only vote from PH they are going to count?

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    4. @teejay, reports from the 4 polling units close to my place. All na LP dey win landslide...
      God is great πŸ‘

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  22. I have been on line since morning Nigerian time following the election. Even though I am not in Nigeria but my heart is πŸ’― there. Chioma Chukwuka was live some minutes ago and it’s quite heartbreaking how these thugs are going about perpetuating evil. I have been seeing them at different polling units threatening people to vote only APC. I thought Labor party was never a threat to them.

    For months and weeks leading up to the election, people kept saying “Obidients” were bullying people, I kept shaking my head because I knew that the real bullies were Tinubu’s people. Now everyone can see that Peter Obi’s supporters are actually the peaceful ones. This is what they keep doing in Lagos over the years that is why Tinubu has a very stronghold there.

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    1. Imagine. This is evil. I hope they cancel all Lagos votes

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    2. Thank you Prettiest Rosie.
      They have been the once burning elections materials, causing mayhem is places where they see that LP is winning.
      Shebi they were taunting LP no Structures up and down, now, their city boy and his thugs and touts are busy doing abominable things!

      Shame to all evil people and their supporters.
      Shame on all of them.

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    3. Don’t mind all this Apc supporters chanting nonsense, before the election Apc thugs has been burying Lp supporters. I saw with my eyes what they did to a bus driver in Ikeja just because he had a cap with Lp logo.

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  23. I'm still on the queue, I'm number 367 on the list o . Since 9:30am till now, I'm yet to cast my vote o.. went home n came back 3 times.. it's yet to get to my turn... My tired is tired mbok.. but I must cast my vote today...

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  24. I've voted! My PU is so close to my house and it's peaceful. I pray all goes well.

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  25. The Machine did not read my card after standing for more than 4 hours. I am so pained.

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  26. I just voted not quite long,they have been quarreling and fighting in my polling unit. No security personnel was attached to my polling unit.
    It's well with our dear country

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  27. We are at FHA New site by CRD gate Lugbe. Their officials came around 10:43am, been trying to set up and called up numbers.

    At the moment, the BVAS isn't working and no one has voted yet. It's almost 2pm. And there's only one BVAS for this polling unit of well over 500 people.

    No one has voted yet, no one! If this isn't frustrating, I don't know what is!

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    1. This isn't nice at all .

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    2. How was it? You people later voted?

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  28. I voted for the first time! My area was peaceful. Everything went well without issues.

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  29. Early this morning I had given up on voting as I got to understand that me trecking to my polling unit for at least an hour. Had already made up my mind to stay home and make stew and cook soup join.
    All of a sudden, I just don't knw where the ginger came from, put on my baggy jeans, shades and crocs and entered road. Like play like play I actually reached my unit, voted in less than an hr later and I'm back home making my stew πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—
    I feel so proud of myself πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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  30. Yes I have voted. Got there few minutes past 9, accreditation and voting already started. Had some delay cos someone voted without accreditation and they were trying to figure it out.
    Voted around past 11. Large turnout of voters especially the old. Most people are voting based on sentiment(who I know and tribe). The INEC guys were actually very patient. This is my first time voting since I got my Pvc in 2011 and it was a pleasant experience but things can be better. Reporting from Oluyole local govt in Ìbàdàn, Oyo State.

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  31. All I know is that all the supporters of evil doers in this country, supporting them in one way or another, peace shall be far from them. Amen!

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  32. SDK we have not voted o. They said the machine is faulty, they want to bring another one. I came here with hubby and my niece. My niece stands on the queue for me while I nurse my baby under a tree. She is 17 and will just be 18 this year, so she can't vote. I'm sad that I risked the health of my little baby who is less than one month old to come and vote and I'm hearing stories. I pray they rectify it before evening.

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    1. I finally voted few minutes ago.
      I'm on my way home now.

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    2. Kudos to you for going out to vote with your new born. May it end in praise

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    3. Sorry dear.

      It's going to be fine.

      Ndo, nne.πŸ€—

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    4. Awwwww
      Thank God you later voted. Hope you voted PO, he is the man for the jobπŸ‘

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  33. Yesso! I voted for your favorite candidate, Emilokan!!

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  34. Please oo,, PH people in the house.. I need y'all!! What's the state of the election there in Port-harcourt? Especially Oyigbo, Diobu, Elekahia and rumoumasi area ehh?? Ohhh.. And, Borokiri?? I was able to speak with my elder sister this morning as she was on her way to cast her vote,, I guess her phone battery is down because till now I haven't heard from her.. (She stays at Oyigbo)

    Please, help a sister before my blood pressure rise out othrough my mouth!!
    Ms K

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  35. The rain decided to fall today but people were adamant, they said even if it like let it rain fire we die here. The atmosphere was calm and jolly. 100% obident. One APC party agent almost got beaten to a pulp because he kept whispering to people especially all those confused old people to vote APC, the youth dealt with him, his saving grace is that he is an elderly man

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  36. I don't think Obi will win. Obi SHOULD win but those stubborn Kardashian sisters in the north who gave Buhari the victory last four years, dem go gree? I think Atiku has a stronger chance than people think. It's always going to be fuck Tinubu and his entitled family though! If you can still vote APC in the state Nigeria is in now, I don't know what to tell you tbh. Anyone is better than Bobo Chicago!

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  37. Stella I voted ooo and I voted PO he is our incoming president by Gods grace..

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  38. Voted like 20 minutes ago, the INEC officials came late, but so far so good, the process is going on well. Obediently waiting for results to be called later.

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  39. Done,dusted and fulfilled
    The officials didn't come until 11am

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  40. Remember that in as much as it's your right to vote.... It's never your right to vote for failure.

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  41. Yes I have voted.
    My area was calm and people voted peacefully. The turnout was high too.

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  42. They disrupted the voting in my area o scatter the papers inside gutter cos LP was leading oo.
    hmmmmmm !!

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    1. Tinubu thugs

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    2. I just overheard my people here saying they were unable to vote because of some violent attack in our poling unit. Me I couldn't get my pvc

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    3. Teacher NK, we saw it on the television.
      Evil people everywhere.
      Please be safe out there.

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    4. How do they know LP is leading when voting is still on and vote counting haven’t started? Instead of Nigerians to vote Lp with their mouth shot, they will go and be shouting papa mama and pikin when thugs full everywhere

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  43. If someone told me yesterday that I'd be able to vote, I would have doubted it.
    I have been stooling since Friday morning up until this morning. I woke up this morning super weak. I had breakfast and was wondering if that's how I will not vote.
    Eventually, I managed to leave the house around 12. I practically dragged myself to the closest polling unit only to discover that my name wasn't there.

    I was lucky to find bike to take me to the bus stop and eventually got to the right polling unit.
    Voting was peaceful in my polling unit.

    Some people actually thought I was preggers cos of my big tummy and allowed me to stay in front πŸ˜‚. Finally this big Belle did something good for me.
    That's how I was able to vote obidiently today. Praise the Lord!

    -nevvie

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣
      Thank God . Pls take something for your stooling

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    2. So being like a pregnant woman is something to be proud of? 😡

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  44. I have voted , done my part hoping abd praying to God for a better Nigeria. I couldn't wait for the votes to be counted though

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  45. I voted and was waiting somewhere closeby while charging my phone.The LP agent was igbo,some Apc thugs came with cains and chased the agents and igbos that came to vote. They came to where I was and were flogging us with bundles of cains.They wanted to burn the shop I was cos it was owned by an.igbo person. What saved me was cos they had seen me previously speaking yoruba to people,the igbo guys too shield me.They said it's a yoruba polling unit,either you vote for APC or PDP
    NSCDC agents came ,were flogging those that were recording. The thugs ran away and left one of their cars,the security said they were going to tow it.
    The polling unit was inside a street in ado Ekiti, Ekiti state.

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    1. Oooh chimuooo!
      Ọkwa ndα»‹ 'City boy'
      dem!
      Shameless lots!
      Evil people.
      Thank God that you are safe Anwuli.

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    2. This is so sad ! Flogging people not to vote their choice candidate.

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  46. I casted my vote to Peter obi..my landlady was shamelessly knocking on everyone door this morning asking us to vote for tinubu and if you do so she will reward you with a bottle of mineral.

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    1. So you all should sell your future for a bottle of coke?

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    2. She's shameless. Bottle of mineral? Is there famine in the compound for her to think her offer might sway some tenants? Imagine o

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    3. What a Shameless cheap landlady.🀒

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    4. Cheap lanlady selling better days and our freedom for minerial. Unam ikot landlady.

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    5. You sef if you come back, buy the mineral give am she need am pass you. Yeye

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  47. My polling unit was changed, while walking to the new location I got a lift because am obedient....got to the polling unit I thought was mine but was redirected, wanted to be discouraged but we move.. got to the polling unit and in less than 1 hour I was don'e
    Got home 12:30pm

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  48. Raining in Abuja. A new Nigeria is POssible, God bless Nigeria.

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    1. What rubbish is this one now?why would they force a candidate on everyone?

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  50. I've voted o. LP all the way.
    I also met someone...

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    1. Oya gist me, I have popcorn.

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    2. Comman finish the gist jor

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    3. Hmmmmmm, no go meet someone like the someone you met before o.

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    4. Is it that kind of someone? LoL πŸ˜‹πŸ€£

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    5. I think she wore a sexy white jeans to the polling unit.πŸ˜‰
      Come and gist us.

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    6. Baby girl come back now we are all in this today

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    7. OMG you guys πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€
      Alas! he's younger. I just got off a long call with him. He's just 30 and I'll be 33 in April. Such a sweet sweet young man.

      XP Mama, I didn't dress sexy, I don't most of the time. Infact there's almost nothing outwardly flashy about me.
      I just have content. The guys who've fallen in love with me did after a conversation.
      A conversation, that's all it took.

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    8. Oh I see.
      I don't have an idea of what content you exude but methinks you should add a touch of style to your person to balance it out.

      May the next comment we'll see be "we outside at Cubana Hotel catching some fun".
      This is 2023, share an "invite" πŸ’˜πŸ˜‰

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  51. They did even write LP on the ballot paper just the picture and this may be confusing to some people why didn't they make same mistake for other parties. God put them to shame

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  52. I voted, very peaceful, LP was leading.

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  53. Finally casted my vote ooo after waiting under sun, going home n come back to my PU 3 times!!! I'm super excited...my PU was peaceful n well coordinated..it was actually beside a police station 😁... Most voters there are OBIDATTI... I'm on my way home now, so tired.. can't wait for the vote to be counted jor...

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  54. Inec arrived by 12:45. Their office is not even up to more than 30minutes away o. Before they even started distributing materials to other poling units self

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  55. I have voted, got to my polling unit at 11am i was able to cast my vote at around 1pm they attended to the elderly people before we were able to vote and my polling unit was peaceful.

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  56. I voted since morning around 10am and rushed home to finish a customer's work. I have already spent the money she paid, let her not drag me on Monday.
    People turned out in mass for this election, I'm happy about it. Watching the news now, the election did not hold in some locations due to several reasons like absence of electoral materials, etc

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  57. I’m yoruba and I’m hoping Peter Obi wins. He’s young and agile! Change must come! Peter Obi ni o jesu

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  58. Castle, please complete the story

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  59. Waited almost 7 hours to vote due to the mammoth crowd and the late arrival INEC officials but I sat my ass down and made sure I exercised my civil rights as a citizen of Naija

    If you see the way I thumb printed on the ballot paper with so much anger and gusto πŸ˜‚ PO got my vote of course

    Greedy people that are allowing themselves to be used by these dirty politicians to rig votes and cause chaos never fail to stupefy me. you and your children would be stuck in this “shithole” with the disastrous consequences of your foolish actions; hungry, desolate and hopeless because of your ignorance and greed. Continue.

    And for those that won’t vote wisely, you’d surely reap what you sow. I kukuma have the choice to get away from this country whenever I want while Nigerian continues to happen to y’all. Continue.

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  60. I voted, LP had my vote.
    But I went to hell and back before I was able to vote, INEC showed the highest level of incompetence at my polling unit.
    I waited 7hrs before I could vote. I got to my PU at exactly 9am.
    Did accreditation at 3pm, voted at 4:20, It seemed almost impossible. APO extension 116 polling station had crowd and a lot of voters were discouraged as a result of INECS incompetence.
    But I know Peter Obi will make it.. HE
    Rain beat us too.

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  61. Finally the brought another machine and I was able to vote.

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  62. I am here to say LP won in all the 12 polling units around my polling unit. It was four polling units in 2019. O01-004 but they divided it to 12 units this year.. Each unit is less than 1000. LP won in all the 12 units. I was going from one unit to another as they are close to each other. I left 6:30pm
    God be praised.

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  63. I voted around 4:30pm. The turnout was massive, I had to cook for my family before leaving home, got there and saw a massive crowd around 9:30am. My polling unit was not far, it was in my children's school, a government school. PO must win this.πŸ™Œ

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  64. I went out to vote but there was a cult clash at my center. There was no voting done there today

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