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Osun election: True reflection of people’s will — Election observers

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A Civil Society Election Observers, says the Saturday’s governorship election in Osun met the required international standard for credible democratic election.

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Addressing a news conference on Monday in Osogbo, the National Coordinator of the group, Mr Fidelis Nweke, said the result of the election
should therefore be accepted by all, as a true reflection of the will of the people of the  state.

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Nweke said since the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has announced the winner of the election, hence, other candidates should see themselves as co-winners.

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He commended INEC for  providing a level playing ground for all the participating political parties and for ensuring timely and even distribution of election materials across the entire polling units.

Nweke also commended the commission for the use of BiModal Voter Accreditation System (BIVAS), for the conduct of the election, adding that it
consolidated  on INEC’s position as a truly unbiased electoral umpire, committed to advancing the democratisation process in the country.

“We wish to commend INEC for making materials available, even though some political party thugs made their work very difficult.

“The commission has indeed proven that our electoral process has impressively improved,” he said.

Nweke also commended the law enforcement agencies for discharging their duties dispassionately during the election.

“The various security agencies, especially men of the Nigeria Police Force and the Army are hereby applauded for their impressive professional conduct during the election.

” There was no record of security intimidation and harassment due to their overzealousness and unnecessary interference”, he said.

Nweke also commended the people of the state for their maturity during the election.

He, however, condemned  pocket of crises caused by hoodlums during the election.

Nweke, however,  urged political parties, INEC and other stakeholders to engage in civic education and mobilisation before any election.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that INEC on Sunday morning declared Adeleke as the winner of the Saturday’s  governorship election in the state.

Announcing the results at the INEC collation centre,  Prof.

Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, who was the returning officer, said that Adeleke  polled   403,371 votes to defeat his closet rival,  Gov.

Gboyega Oyetola, the candidate of the  All Progressives Congress (APC), who scored  375,027 votes.

NAN reports that the PDP won in 17 local government areas, while APC won in 13.

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