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Abuja - Routine activities are gradually returning in Abuja a day after elections were held.
The presidential election was held under a peaceful atmosphere in the capital of the continent’s most populous country.
A day after quiet characterised the city following a morning-to-evening curfew, citizens are going about their usual chores.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Suleiman Abba, announced there would be no restriction of movement on Sunday except in states where elections were continuing.
CAJ News observed that Christians came out for Church Service to celebrate the Palm Sunday.
Palm Sunday is a Christian moveable feast that falls on the Sunday before Easter.
Sunday Chukwu, a Catholic faithful coming back from a church service, told CAJ that life continued after election.
“There is more to life than elections. As you can see, I am coming back from Church service. Today is Palm Sunday, election is over we are waiting for Independent National Electoral Commission to announce the results,” he said.
He appealed to any of the two major presidential candidates who emerge as the winners of the election to involve his opponent for the country to move forward