They accuse the state government of imposing curfew on Bauchi town to allow its agents falsify the results. They say the state capital was not among areas attacked Saturday or Sunday, and should not be under a curfew.
Security agents are cautious pushing the youth at INEC office back.
Many residents however stay indoors, not necessarily because of the curfew but for fear of Boko Haram attacks, our correspondent says.
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