The only woman running to be president of Nigeria in this month's elections has told the BBC’s Peter Okwoche that women “are not respected” in the country.
Chichi Ojei from the Allied Peoples Movement said people have told her she must “out of” her “mind” to be running and that having a female president in Nigeria is “not possible”.
Ms Ojei said that the answer to Nigeria’s problems can be solved with a female president, despite the fact women are treated as “the underdog” in the country.
Ms Ojei is not expected to garner a large amount of support in the 25 February vote.
Nigerians are currently battling a struggle to get fuel and access to new naira bank notes ahead of the crucial vote.