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getting into the beach a polling station lost after hours of delay on Saturday to vote in the Nigerian presidential election that's already being held a week late these voters in Abuja went the only wants me to wait and voting systems failed in a few places to some fear that not everyone will get to cross that pilots before polls close again , all the more worrying because the results may be too close to call in a vast country of seventy three million eligible voters difficult to finish in a day , we did disagree that that fact it'll come down to himself his trust to revive the economy struggling to recover from a twenty sixteen recession two men need a field of more than seventy challenges incumbent president Muhammadu Buhari a former military ruler who was later elected and sounded pretty confident about his chances of winning a second term from about seven one there were not , his wife Atiku up baka is a former vice president to his pledge to boost the private sector the voting's mostly taking place peacefully but blasts were heard in the northeast there were no injuries reported but insurgent Islamist groups like Boko haram and Islamic state West Africa province have waged a decade long war in Nigeria Boko haram have warned people not to vote