Nigeria’s president has defended his sweeping win of a second term as free and fair and appealed to a “common love of country” as his top challenger vowed to go to court with allegations of fraud.
Nigeria’s top opposition candidate has rejected the results of what he called a “sham election” and said he will be challenging the outcome in court.
Nigeria’s president has been declared the clear winner of a second term in Africa’s largest democracy.
Nigerians awoke on Saturday to find that the country’s presidential election had been delayed until February 23 because of what the electoral commission called unspecified “challenges”.
Nigeria’s electoral commission has delayed the country’s presidential election until February 23.