Those who voted told the Newsmen on Saturday, May 12, 2018, that the process was easier and faster.
According to reports, the verification of voters began at about 9:00am at the two polling units in LGEA Rigasa Primary School, Lokoja road, where voters cast their vote immediately after verification.
Reports added that election results were printed out to show the electorate that there were no records of votes before the exercise.
Malama Hussaina Maiadashi who voted at polling unit 020 Daura Road, said she was happy with the voting process, saying it was easier than previous elections.
Another voter, Mallam Abdullahi Bawa, who also cast his vote at Daura road said the EVM was easy to use and transparent.
Also, an electorate who voted at Zagezage polling unit 016 thanked God for a peaceful voting exercise, adding that the voting machine was user-friendly.
Meanwhile, reports say there was a low turn-out of female voters in the area.