In Kaduna Over 600 Nigeriens participated in Diaspora presidential election

He said voting started in an orderly and peaceful manner and expected to be concluded by 7 pm which is the official closing time.

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Over 600 Nigeriens participated in the Diaspora presidential election in Kaduna state.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that, the voting which started at 8.30 am, witnessed large turnout and was generally peaceful.
In an interview with the Secretary-General, Nigeriens Resident in Nigeria, Mr Sidi Algabide who is also the Coordinator of the election centre, commended the election process and the INEC officials

He said voting started in an orderly and peaceful manner and expected to be concluded by 7 pm which is the official closing time.

Algabide said he was happy about the peaceful atmosphere without any problem.

He said the turnout was very positive, "all the voters came out to cast their vote, there was no rancour in anyway,”he said.

Also speaking, one of the voters, Micko Souley, commended the process, describing it as impressive and peaceful.

NAN reports that, over 11000 Nigeriens residing in Nigeria are expected to participate in voting exercise

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