Governor Ademola Adeleke votes at Ede, hails new Electoral Act

by Tom Chiahemen
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The Governor of Osun State, Senator Ademola Adeleke, this morning, performed his civic duty by casting his vote at Sagba/Abogunde Ward 2, Unit 9 in the ongoing presidential and National Assembly elections.

He arrived at 8:42 and cast his votes at about 8:44 after accreditation and verification with BVAS machine.

Governor Adeleke used the opportunity to praise the electoral act as a landmark contribution to Nigeria’s democratic development.

Accompanied by family members, the State Governor described the voting process as “speedy and efficient”, commending the electoral and security agencies for doing their jobs effectively.

” I have voted and as you can see, it went well. The Electoral Act is a legislation we should celebrate for refining our elections. Our votes now count. 

“Again, I commend President Muhammadu Buhari for the courage and patriotism he demonstrated by signing the bill into law. It is a landmark law.

” I call on our people to remain peaceful and eschew violence. Democracy is about thumbprinting your choice, not about killing and maiming”, Governor Adeleke noted.

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