The Independent Electoral commission office in Plateau state has been burnt down including ballot boxes,papers and electoral materials.
The National peace accord will be signed again by the 2 major presidential candidates on wednesday at Abuja international conference centre.
Onnoghen is expected to appear for hearing this wednesday before the National judicial council(NJC) and the Code of Conduct tribunal(CCT) to know if he will still be in active service.
Former US President,Bill Clinton and the secretary General of the common wealth,Baroness Patricia Scotland are to help Nigeria navigate through another electoral circle and also expected to give keynote speeches during the peace accord signing between presidential candidates.
The Governor of Kano state,Mallam Nasir El-Rufai speech has triggered doubt concerning the elections,saying that whoever intervened would return in body bag.
The aim of the peace accord is to accept the outcome of the vote that will be announced by INEC and to be adjudged free,fair and credible.
Most Nigerians are not aware of the registered political parties in the country.The parties are All progressive congress(APC),People’s Democratic party(PDP) and 70 others.
84 Million registered voters will go to the poll on saturday yet several others do not have their permanent voters’ card(PVC).
Many Nigerians do not also know that the Gubernatorial election is not this saturday but March 2,2019.