Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka has described the just concluded Polls as the most depressed in the history of elections in Nigeria.
The famed playwright says it is difficult for him to decide on which of the two major presidential candidates to vote for.
Soyinka speaking on BBC Hard Talk programme explains the choice of presidential candidates was made difficult, because both of them had history, one which is immediate and the other in the past.
He gives a pass mark to President Muhammadu Buhari for his anti-corruption drive, saying it is no longer business as usual.
But Soyinka scores Buhari low on security, accusing him of slow in responding to the emerging security threats such as the herders-farmers clashes.