The permanent voter cards (PVCs) of the key presidential candidates and their wives have been shown to the Nigerian public.
The PVCs of General Muhammadu Buhari, the presidential candidate on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC), and his wife Aisha state that they are both public servants.
The cards of the incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan and Dame Patience state that Nigeria’s First Lady is a house wife.
Besides the voter's occupation, the voter cards contain information on gender and date of birth, and a photo and identity number.
The presidential election, which was postponed by the electoral commission for security reasons, will be held tomorrow, Saturday, March 28.
The polls will open at 08:00. All voters must be present at their designated polling centre by 13:00 to be allowed to cast their ballot. Polls will close when the last person in the queue has voted.
One hundred and seven domestic and international observers have been accredited to monitor the general elections.
The Independent National Electoral Commission has registered 68.8 million voters, of whom 82% have picked up their voter cards. For the first time, Nigeria will use biometric cards to identify electors.