Muhammadu Buhari is almost certain to fly Nigeria’s opposition party’s flag in the Feb. 2015 presidential election. He will be doing so for the fourth time since 2003.
Up until noon on Thursday, as vote counting was still in progress, the name Buhari was being heard more frequently than any other aspirant’s name. Judging by the counting Buhari is set to get up to 70 per cent of the 7, 243 accredited votes. Atiku will come second, Kwankwaso third, and Okorocha fourth. Nda-Isaiah is not likely to get up to 10 votes.