Voters in parts of Kano, Sokoto, Plateau, Benue and Bauchi are heading back to the polling centres today eager to end days of apprehension caused by the March 9 inconclusive governorship and state assembly elections.
Although, the elections will take place in only a few parts of the affected states, the security agencies are leaving nothing to chances.
The Police yesterday announced a total restriction of vehicular and human movement in Kano and Plateau states.
Security is also being beefed up at flashpoints in Benue State with a view to protecting lives property and electoral materials.
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Bauchi State, which had threatened to boycott the election, announced that it was now ready for the election while the All Progressives Congress (APC) strongman in Benue State, Senator George Akume, boasted that nothing would save Governor Samuel Ortom from losing the election.