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Presidential Elections 2007 - What You Saw, Heard, or Feel about the elections
Author: NGEX | April 16, 2007



What Do You Think of the Presidentilal Elections? Were they A do-or-die affair, Fair, Violent, A Step in The Right Direction, a Total Disaster, A joke? Did you try to vote? If not, why? What did you see. Share with the rest of us. Click on Comments below to Submit - To submit Pictures or Video to us- please send by email to elections2007 (at) ngexmail.com Replace the (at) with @ before sending your email. God Bless Nigeria.

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Donpedro ugbene    LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM    April 24, 2007
I believe thet the entire process of the election was fraudlent and we outside the country followed it critically.

but we in United Kindon in particuller are happy becourse the whole world noticed how the election was rigged both in fedreal and stste levels.
sarumi hammed    ibadan, nigeria    April 23, 2007
let us go back to fela anikulapo song that talk about election story and obasanjo.

he called him the great planner. let us leave all in the hand of the God. This one party monopolising the whole country wont help fela quote--election story nko obasanjo plan am well well...............
OMOTAYO, J. A.    Lagos, NIGERIA    April 23, 2007
Last week, I reported what I saw while trying to vote during the governoship and state assembly elections.

I also like to report what happened last Saturday during the presidential and national assembly elections.

I went late, about 12.30pm, to the polling station where I cast my vote. On getting there, I discovered new faces of electoral officials.

The transparent ballot bags have been more than half full, thus implying that a lot of voters had come ahead of me. We were just four on the queue.

Within a few minutes, we had all been attended to. When it was my turn, the INEC official just collected my voting paper, looked through the INEC sheets that have been pre-arranged serially and then tick my name. I got the voter's cards, then cast my votes. The senatorial election was not included as this has been postponed by INEC to correct certain printer's errors.

I left the polling unit wondering why the sudden improvement by INEC. But the improvement was localised to where I voted.

In other polling units adjoining where I had voted, there were long queues. Was my polling unit isolated for improvement because of the report that I rendered last week? I did not know.

In view of the foregoing, I like to commend INEC for the isolated improvement and would want it extended nationwide in future elections.

God bless Nigeria
Ogbo Austin    Porth Harcourt, Nigeria    April 23, 2007
I know that under a very free, transperent and fair election, Atiku or Buhari is never a prefered choice for Nigerians unless NIGERIANS just want a change for change sake.

Every incumbent all over the world would ever want to deliver for his party, so if that is OBJ'S and PDP's crime, I join others to say they should be crucified.

If anybody will show a heavenly proof that the parties AC, PPA, ANPP won in the states they won during the governoship election without ANY form of rigging, then I will suggest that OBJ and PDP be thrown aside and let other parties take over.

If PDP is a party for holigans as someone opinned, then other parties whose supporters went destroying lives and properties because they did not win are SAINTS are they not?
corncerned citizen of nigeria    dallas,     April 23, 2007
edo state fight the good fight of faith pdp are arm robbers thay stole the 1 & 2 & 3. GOD is going to purnish them
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