Nigeria's finest hour as free and fair elections were held in a major launched moral revolution across the nation

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Nigeria Election 2011 has turned out a miraculously a successful exercise, taking off from a seemingly hopeless foundation but finding a true and solid pillars in the determination of people through the grace of the almighty. As it took off early in April, there were uncertainties and pessimisms as everything appeared a big joke. Today, Independent Nigeria Electoral Commission has made a rare history as a true ambassador of the country, conducting the most credible election in Nigeria’s history. Here refresh your memory with pictures from various locations around the country as many VIPs were caught in voting action.
Many came, saw and conquered, while many cane saw but only found their fingers repeatedly being sucked in in defeat. Oh yes!, it is Nigeria’s finest moment in history and we all are sharing the joy!.
Happy viewing.

 

Rivers State Governor Rotimi Amaechi.

Kwara State Governor Bukola Saraki.

Senate President David Mark in Otukpo, Benue State.

Lagos State Governor Babatunde Fashola.

Gombe State Governor Mohammed Danjuma Goje with journalists after voting.

Yobe State Governor Ibrahim Geidam votes.

Abia State Governor Theodore Orji votes.

Plateau State Governor Jonah David Jang votes.

Niger State Governor Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu votes.

President Goodluck Jonathan votes in Bayelsa.

First lady and President Jonathan’s mother vote in Otuoke, Bayelsa.

Presidential Aide on Documentation, Research and Strategy Oronto Douglas votes in Bayelsa.

Governor Liyel Imoke of Cross River (PDP) votes in Itigidi, Cross River State.

Governor Rauf Aregbesola (ACN) of Osun State votes.

R-L: former Heads of State, Generals Abdusalami Abubakar and Ibrahim Babangida before they voted in Minna. Next to the duo is wife of Abdusalami, Justice Fati Abubakar.

 

-The Will

1 COMMENT

  1. imo state INEN is not respecting INEC chairman.with reasons ;
    1. Not making use of poll assistant during election
    2. Not paying us the money JEGA has approved
    3. delaying the payment.