Abuja - People in Abuja have adopted a wait-and-see attitude in their usual business ahead of the official announcement of the results.
CAJ News established normal daily activities resumed at a slow pace on Monday in Abuja after the presidential and parliamentary election.
Markets and most private organisations have been operational but business was slow.
A female civil servant, Ngozi Emeka, said although activities were gradually returning people were not certain of what the situation might be after the final election result was released.
Although work has resumed but you can see people are scare to come out fully because they are uncertain of what would happen after the release of the outcome,” she said.
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A local food vendor in Garki village area, Mama Bisi, said she had reduced the quantity of her wares uncertain if people will come out on Monday.
“People are still observing the security situation,” she said.
CAJ News observed that vehicles were still scanty along the major streets.
Collation of results has resumed in the city.
Security is tight around the National Collation Centre.
People without accreditation are not allowed close to the area.
Elsewhere, motorists were seen queuing for fuel at the major gas stations.