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#ekitidecides# Collation of result @ local govt level live……

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The final result for Ilejemeje, one of the 16 local govts in Ekiti has been announced.
APC: 4153;
PDP: 3937

Ijero LGA collation of results:

IJERO Ward B
Total number of registered voters 5333
Accredited voters 2434
APC 1213
PDP 990

Ijero Ward A
Total accredited voters 2059
PDP 922
APC 955

Efon Alaye LGA collation of results:

EFON ALAYE WARD 2
TOTAL VOTE CAST 894
VALID VOTE: 878
REJECTED VOTE: 16
APC – 424
PDP – 431

Efon 3
Number of registered voters 2590
TOT VOT CAST 1200
TOT VALID VOTE 1149
APC 535
PDP 599

Ward 6 EFON LGA
TOTAL VALID VOTE 696
REJECTED 30
TOTAL VOTE CAST 726
Accredited 726
APC320
PDP362

Efon ward 7
Registered Voters 2015
Accredited voters 834
Total Vote Cast 827
Total Vote 814
Rejected Vote 13
APC:510
PDP 295

Efon LGA, Ward 08
VALID VOTE CAST 1236
TOTAL VOTE CAST 1294
REJECTED 58
APC 577
PDP 631

Efon ward 9
Total vote cast 975
APC-413
PDP 506

Ilejemeje LGA collation of results:

Ijesamodu
No of Registered Voters: 1760
No of Accredited Voters: 817
APC 408
PDP 382

Obada
No of Registered Voters:
No of Accredited Voters:
APC 368
PDP 363

Iludun 2 Ward 9
No of Registered Voters: 1643
No of Accredited Voters: 915
APC 399
PDP 483

Iludun 1
No of R Voters: 1550
No of Accredited Voters: 805
APC 407
PDP 364

7:41pm

CDD, PTCIJ release preliminary report of Ekiti election

Two prominent civic groups, the Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD) and the Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism (PTCIJ), have released their preliminary report on Saturday’s governorship election in Ekiti State.

The groups, in the report signed by Idayat Hassan and Dapo Olorunyomi for CDD and PTCIJ respectively, observed that “against all the odds, the voting process of the ongoing 2018 governorship election in Ekiti State commenced without significant logistical hitches.

“This may be attributed to the well-coordinated arrangements of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) ahead of the election to ensure early arrival of election officials and sensitive materials to various Registration Area Centres (RACs) across the existing 16 Local Government Areas (LGAs) in the state. The commission is congratulated for the Etrack to track the location and movement of vehicles carrying sensitive election materials in real time to their locations.”

The groups also highlighted the enthusiasm among voters for the election.

“While it is too early to ascertain the level of voter turnout across the State, the electorate has shown a high level of enthusiasm in exercising their franchise, as most polling units visited in the early hours of Election Day had voters already waiting for INEC officials to arrive and commence accreditation and voting by 8am.

“At the start, the voting process was conducted peacefully in most polling units visited by our observers. A few hours into the vote, however, there were few reported cases of violence-related incidents. In some of the polling units visited, we observed that the security personnel conducted themselves responsibly concerning their response to curtailing vote trading.”

On the role played by security agencies in the election, the statement said, “Correctly, we observed security agents preventing voters from taking their phones into voting cubicles. It had been noted that some voters were taking pictures of their ballot papers as evidence of their vote to claim incentives from agents of political parties at polling units. It was reported that in Ijero Local Governance Area (LGA), Ward A, Polling Unite (PU) 003, the Department for State Security (DSS) asked that no one should go with his or her phones into any voting cubicle.

“Our observation revealed that voting commenced between 8am and 9am, with relatively few delays experienced across the state.

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