Opinion Polls on Election Shift

By Janet Ifidon and Timileyin Okunuga/Lagos

Akanni Dipo, a transporter based in Lagos

Buhari is not ready for a free and fair election. He postponed it delebrately to discourage foreign observers. He thinks he can rig this one? Not possible.

Oladosu Kehinde, a student of Ogun state university

INEC had four years to prepare for an election, but they brought this bad news to Nigeria this morning. Nigerian Government is a failed Government.

Ajayi David a civil servant based Ifako ijaiye area of Lagos:

 The postponement of the 2019 general election is an act of incompetency.

Ibidun Opeyemi a trader 

This postponement has come at a great cost to my husband who had to travel a long distance to vote.

INEC must (refund) my husband’s money. He had traveled to go and vote with his own personal resources.


I don’t know if I should be sad or happy about the postponement of elections, all I know is that many people traveled long hours just to go and vote because of the ridiculous laws that you have to vote in your unit and not anywhere,now they have postpone it is not fair.

Paul Okon 

This is a sign of Incompetence, INEC actually postponed the elections on the day of the elections. What a shame, what were they doing for 4 years? This country is a big joke.

David Oluwafemi 

INEC can postpone at this late hour, no problem we are waiting. INEC had better also extend the collection of PVCs by at least three days within the postponement period so that Biafrans that were just told by their leader Nnamdi Kanu that they can go ahead to vote can use the opportunity to collect their PVCs.

Tope Iyiola 

Honestly speaking, Nigerians have a lot of problem and its only God that can solve it for us.Election has been postponed till Feb 23 andMarch 9. They don’t even consider people in this country at all.

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