Opposition candidates in Nigeria’s presidential elections have rejected the results of Saturday’s voting, accusing the governing party of fraud. Foreign observers concur that the polling was faulty, with violence, intimidation, missing ballot boxes, and even abduction and murder of electoral officials and the police officers escorting them the BBC reports.
Nigeria's biggest election monitoring group says the polling should be held again. Election officials called it a success that would be remembered for generations. Early results give the ruling People's Democratic Party candidate a commanding lead.