By Sunny A. David, Awka
Our correspondent, who monitored the situation, observed that most busy roads were almost empty without vehicular movement throughout on Saturday.
The ever busy New Market Road, Old Market Road, Awka Road, Upper Iweka, Owerri Road, Zik Avenue, Sokoto Road, Bida Road, Bright Street, Port Harcourt Road, Niger Street and many others major were empty.
The ever busy Main Market, Ochanja, Ose, Electronics Market, Bridge-Head and Nkpor New Parts and other major markets in the area were also under lock and key.
Most of the petrol stations were also closed.
Few men were seen sitting and standing in front of their houses while others gathered in groups to discuss the postponement of the elections.
Mrs. Francisca Nwonu, a food vendor, who resides at Ozomagala Street, decried the postponement, saying it had disorganised so many people.
Mr. Ikenna, residing in Federal Housing Estate, 3-3, who expressed dissatisfaction over the postponement, said INEC had enough time to prepare adequately for the elections.