Lawmaker-elect, Akinlayo Kolawole casts vote, decries poor turnout of voters


Winner of the House of Representatives election in the Ekiti North Federal Constituency (II), Akinlayo Davidson Kolawole has cast his ballot at his country home, Ikosun Ekiti.

Kolawole voted at about half past ten in the morning at unit 17, Igogo ward 2.

It took the lawmaker-elect less than 7 minutes to get accredited and cast his votes due to the effectiveness of the BVAS machine at the unit.

Speaking with Journalists, Kolawole lauded the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for an improved electoral process.

Kolawole commended the comportment of his people and showered encomium on security agents for a job well done.

He urged the electorate to always come out during voting saying the turnout for the election was poor.

Kolawole described the process as fair and urged all Ekiti voters to come out en masse to exercise their franchise for candidates of their choice.

The lawmaker-elect stated further that his expectation is a victory for all candidates of his party for the House of Assembly election.

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