– the Election commission, Inecs president Mahmood Yakubu says that they can't hold free and fair elections with credible results without delaying the process. It is about a number of polling stations that have not received their materials – ballot papers, urns, etc. – and therefore they draw the emergency brake in the eleventh hour.
– They are mainly economically powerful for the millions of people who traveled home to vote, and who closed their businesses over the choice. All economic activity in the country generally stay up during the day of the election and in politically sensitive areas often involves several days as the shops are closed. Now you are forced to to two closings and travel with a week's interval, which creates a protracted period of forced leave, which will not be popular. But, politically, it is the nigerians tried and know that this can happen.
" It has been customary messy in the run up to the election but it is not that at the 2015 election when it was more obvious that the government, under the leadership of the current president, Goodluck Jonathan, was severely pressed by the opinion. The 2015 elections postponed by six weeks. Then there were all the reasons to suspect a conspiracy, but this time it's probably just a combination of unfortunate factors.
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