Nigeria election: Election bureau burnt down 6 days before polls

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All voting element in a Qua’an Pan electoral elect bureau has been destroyed

An bureau for Nigeria’s choosing elect has been burnt down only 6 days before a nation is due to opinion in a ubiquitous election.

The glow in Plateau State has broken all indispensable to vote, including list boxes and voting slips.

A orator called it a reversal for a preparations for a choosing though is quoted in This Day as observant that it is too early to think sabotage.

The ubiquitous choosing is due to be hold on Saturday.

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On Sunday President Muhammadu Buhari warned of intensity electoral fraud.

“The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has lifted concerns over laundered income being funnelled into opinion buying,” he pronounced an editorial published in a Pulse newspaper.

He is using for re-election in Saturday’s check where some-more than 84 million people are purebred to vote.

Although there are many presidential candidates, analysts contend Mr Buhari’s categorical contender is former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar.