March 31, 2015
The streets of the north-central Nigerian city of Jos stand empty as local residents await the results of what many are considering the most followed and participated in election in Nigeria's history.
As the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC collate results from various parts of the country, Nigerians are following with keen interest and hoping the man of their choice will win the election.
The election resulted in a surprise upset for incumbent candidate Goodluck Jonathan, who has faced heavy scrutiny for his handling of the Boko Haram crisis. Former military ruler Muhammadu Bahari went home the luckier and will be taking over the presidency.
Mubarak Shehu, Tricycle Rider: I already know who the winner is, I don’t have to stay at home and watch the scores. I have browse with my phone and know what is going on. We have won in Southern Nigeria talk more of North. We are just waiting for the pronouncement to start celebration
Lawrence Joseph, Carpenter:
Johnson Ibi, Electritian: