A "largely peaceful" vote in Nigeria's closest-ever presidential election - but how about the vote-counting? Both sides are on their guard as Africa's most populous nation waits to know who of incumbent Goodluck Jonathan and main rival Mohammadu Buhari will come out tops in a very tight race. And what happens once the winner's declared; in the fight against corruption, and in the northeast, with the jihadist insurgency of Boko Haram - a battle which is far from won?
Produced by Christopher Davis, Cécile Khindria and Emerald Maxwell
Lawyer and France-Nigeria Association member
Nigerian Freelance Journalist
Senior Partner and Head of the Dispute Resolution Team
Nigerian blogger and columnist, The Punch
France 24 Correspondent