There are warning signs that there could be a large number of voters present at the Phase 4 Kubwa polling place when violence breaks out.
According to information obtained by Naijacrawl, the Independent National Electrical Commission, INEC, has registered over 3000 voters at the polling place.
Voters expressed their rage when our correspondent visited the area, lamenting that the crowd would make it impossible for everyone to cast their ballots.
According to Emeka Okole, who spoke with the Daily Post, the action was taken to deny many voters in the polling place their right to vote.
“We have several polling units around this place, and they don’t have up to 100 voters." Why did the INEC fail to push some of the voters to that place?
“What they want to do is disenfranchise us here because they know who we are voting for," Okole lamented.
The Daily Post observed that some polling units in the area are scanty, with no voters in line.