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Image caption All voting material in the Qua'an Pan electoral commission office has been destroyed. An office for Nigeria's election commission has been burned down just six days before the country is due to vote in a general election. The fire in Plateau State has destroyed everything needed to vote, including ballot boxes and voting slips. A spokesperson called it a setback for the preparations for the election but is quoted in This Day as saying that it is too early to suspect sabotage. The general election is due to be held on Saturday. YOU MAY ALSO BE INTERESTED IN:. On Sunday President Muhammadu Buhari warned of potential electoral fraud. "The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission ... Full story

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