Supporters of the All Progressives Congress, APC and its presidential candidate in the 2015 general elections General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) have erected campaign billboards in Accra, Ghana.
The billboards, according to saharareporters.com are visible in strategic places in Accra, calling on Nigerians to go home and vote for the APC, but also seem to present to the outside world the current situation in Nigeria. Security, corruption, unemployment and a slow rate of development top the list.
The 14 February election is seen by many as a two-horse race between incumbent Goodluck Jonathan and Buhari, even though there are over 14 other candidates. It is expected to be the closest since the country returned to democratic rule in 1999.
The campaign team of the All Progressives Congress found a new constituency in Ghana, which houses a large number of Nigerian nationals. There were recent reports of a large number of Nigerians moving to Ghana to stay till the elections are over.