The popular prophet has warned some strong contenders in the election not to bother wasting money on campaigns because God has not backed their aspirations to become governor in the state.
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In a statement in Lagos on Sunday, Ajulo, an indigene of Ondo, who said he monitored the election, alleged that the major political parties were all involved in influencing voters for the election, using money.
Ajayi, who cast his vote at the Polling Unit 004, Apoi Ward 02, Kiribo Ese-Odo local government, expressed disappointment that INEC and security agencies could not conduct free, fair and credible elections in the state.
An thug has been shot by an unknown gunman at the Oke Ijebu area of Akure during the ongoing Saturday governorship election in Ondo State.
Many polling units visited by NAN correspondents as at 7:30am recorded a high turnout of voters who lined up in orderly queues to perform their civic duty.
Ikechukwu Ani, Head of Press and Public Relations of the commission, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday in Abuja.
The Public Relations Officer of DSS, Dr Peter Afunanya, gave the admonition in a statement on Thursday in Abuja.
Saraki, in a statement by his Media Office on Wednesday, advised the INEC and security officials to quickly do a comprehensive review of how it achieved the commendable process in Edo State and ensure that nothing less than that is repeated in Ondo State.
Buhari, Osinbajo and APC governors during the campaign rally unanimously endorsed Akeredolu and his running mate, Hon. Lucky Aiyedatiwa, and urged the people of Ondo State to vote for APC to ensure continuity of lofty projects embarked upon by the administration in the State.
Obaseki said this in a statement he personally signed on Monday.
Makinde, who spoke on Sunday shortly after a meeting with the Assistant Inspector General of Police and the Commissioner of Police in charge of the state, accused the ruling APC in Ondo State of masterminding electoral violence to subvert the will of the voters.
The party in a statement on Sunday by its National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, said this is despite the recourse to violence, threats, hate comments as well as desperation by the All Progressives Congress and its jittery candidate, Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, to manipulate government institutions to work against the people and rig the election for them.
The APC chieftain told newsmen on Sunday in Ibadan that Akeredolu would emerge in spite of the gang up against him.
Sanwo-Olu, who is expected to be accompanied by some members of the party’s National Campaign Council, will meet with some APC leaders and critical stakeholders in Ondo State in preparation for the October 10 gubernatorial poll.
The party, in a statement issued by its Publicity Secretary, Felix Olatunde, on Saturday in Akure said the report was concocted and circulated by opposition elements owing to the “established popularity” of ZLP and its candidate.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Ondo State governorship election is billed for October 10.
Ize-Iyamu spoke against the backdrop of media reports that leaders of the party have asked him not to contest the victory of the incumbent and candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Godwin Obaseki, in the election.
To make matters worse, Obaseki was not just up against one Goliath. He was taking on Goliath Plus, an array of modern and ancient forces comprising the ecclesiastical armies of Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu and the revolutionary guard led by Comrade Adams Oshiomhole.
Primate Ayodele had said in his last prophecy about the Ondo State poll that the incumbent and candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Rotimi Akeredolu, will not win except through manipulations.
Still about 25.2 per cent of registered voters ventured out to exercise their right of franchise. Out of a total of 2.210,534 million registered voters, about 483,000 did not pick up their voters’ cards, leaving behind a total of 1.7 million accredited voters. Out of these, barely 537,407 voters took part in the exercise, just enough to cover the event with a toga of legitimacy.