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Some Nigerians on social media have revealed who they voted for in the ongoing presidential election.
The Nigerians also expressed optimism that their choiced candidate will emerge at the end.
Atiku Abubakar, a former Vice President, is the main challenger of President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress, in the election.
The social media users, who have already cast their votes in different locations, are hoping that they do not regret their actions in the next four years.
DAILY POST collated the following comments from social media users who cast their votes on Saturday:
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Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for 2Q
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for Z
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for 9k
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for 9k
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for Z
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for 9k
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for Z
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for 9k
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for 2Q
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for Z
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for Z
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for Z
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for 2Q
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for Z
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for 2Q
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for Z
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for Z
Buhari vs Atiku: Nigerians reveal who they voted for 9k
Abba Moro votes in Ugbokolo, denies being arrested
The senatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Benue South, Comrade Abba Moro, has cast his votes in Ugbokolo.
Moro, who cast his votes at the Ben Poly poling unit in Ugbokolo, debunked the rumours that he was arrested by security agencies.
The former minister of Interior said he was confident that the people of Benue South would not disappoint PDP.

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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Buhari reacts as Police discover torture center in his village

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Muhammadu Buhari has commended the Police Force for the discovery of a child-theft racket in Kano State and fake correctional centers in Kaduna and Katsina states.

DAILY POST recalls that the Police last Monday discovered another torture centre meant to be a reformation place for children with character deformation in Daura, Katsina State.

The Police raided the centre following a riot by the inmates over excessive abuses.

Reacting to the discovery, Buhari in a statement by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, on Saturday, urged the police to sustain these good efforts across the country.
He noted that such arrests were in line with his commitment to human rights and dignity of the citizens regardless of their age, religion and ethnicity.

Buhari said he would not support criminality under any guise, including the abduction of children and selling them off illegally.

He maintained that no responsible democratic government would tolerate the existence of the torture chambers and physical abuses of inmates in the name of rehabilitation of the victims.
He, therefore, lauded the efforts of the police in exposing these human rights abuses by individuals and criminal groups.

Buhari expressed optimism that these efforts would be sustained to check illegal activities of this nature.
The President appealed to members of the general public to remain vigilant and assist security agencies in crime prevention and control by reporting the existence of criminal activities around their communities.

He said: ”The sharing of human intelligence is everybody’s responsibility in order to make our society safe and this government is ever committed to supporting the police to be more effective in the performance of its duties through proper funding and motivation of its personnel.”

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Muhammadu Buhari has warned that the Federal government might be forced to re-allocate projects elsewhere if any state government or communities create unnecessary impediments in the allocation of land or access to such lands for federal projects.

Buhari’s warning was contained in a statement signed and forwarded to DAILY POST by his Media Aide, Garba Shehu, on Saturday.

According to Buhari: “The idea of chasing away contractors on-site or making undue demands from them by local communities or the deliberate actions of State governments to frustrate the allocation of lands for federal projects is an antithesis of the people’s welfare.”

The statement disclosed that, in a recent directive to Ministers, the President requested Ministers in his government to have the states clear all lingering land issues threatening federal projects under their supervision or have such projects moved to willing states where that becomes impossible.

Buhari regretted that, “some communities in the states are frustrating the siting of federal projects in their areas by making impossible demands for land compensation on contractors and even chasing them away from site where they are unable to meet up.

“To compound matters, contractors kept away from site often make further demands on payment whenever they return to site.”

The Presidency noted that the refusal to allocate lands for federal projects or the growing hostility by communities against contractors on site are hurting the interests of the very people governments are elected to serve.

”By denying Federal government lands for projects and creating unnecessary obstacles for the execution of these projects, it may be unfair to turn around and accuse the same Federal government of marginalising people in terms of projects allocation.

“When it comes to the welfare of the people, governments at all levels should be united by the common goal of improving the well being of the people, regardless of political affiliation”

“It is, therefore, impossible to spread Federal government projects when petty demands or politics is allowed to override the higher interest of the people,” the statement added.

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