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#ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by engineerboat(m): 10:46pm On Nov 24, 2016
Its another round of deciding who occupy the Alagbaka Government house of Ondo State tomorrow Saturday 26th November, 2016.

Ondo state is known for His peculiarity in Governorship Election and this coming election cannot be different.

Though a lot of of processes have been passed through up to this stage of casting the ballot. rising from party primaries, court cases, replacement of candidates, forming alliances among the cadidates.

However The political gladiators have sharpened their knives lying in wait to prey on the electorates. Its been a looong preparation and it seems the political parties, their candidates,the law enforcement agencies,the media,other interest groups and most importantly, the masses are ready to go to the polls.

about 28 Political parties registered to participates in the election. be that as it may four major contenders are really into this election which are.
1. Bar. Eyitayo Jegede (PDP) who is enjoying the structure of the incumbent Dr. Olusegun Mimiko.
2. Bar. Olusola Oke. (AD) who is riding on the support he got from 2012 governorship Election and the backing of some South West Leaders.
3. Bar. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu (APC) who is enjoying the Backing of the Presidency at the National and the good will of His people back at home.
4. Dr. Olu Agunloye (SDP) a former Minister of Power. and enjoying the good will of the Akokos and chief Olu Falae backing.

This thread is meant for live reports of all Nairalanders and other on ground in Ondo State to report first hand images, video, pictures, results of activities at the various polling unit, and collation centres

Please make sure what you are posting is correct and accurate.

We are praying and hoping for a free and fair election.

and So shall it be

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by engineerboat(m): 10:47pm On Nov 24, 2016
Good morning Nairalanders.

Ondo State election has come and gone.

I'm using this medium to congratulate Barrister Oluwarotimi Odunayo Akeredolu on his victory at the poll.

Congratulation

Good morning

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by modath(f): 10:48pm On Nov 24, 2016
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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by engineerboat(m): 10:49pm On Nov 24, 2016
BARRISTER EYITAYO JEGEDE (PDP CANDIDATE)

Eyitayo Olayinka Jegede, Senior Advocate of Nigeria, was born to the family of late Chief Johnson Bosede Jegede, the Odopetu of Isinkan, Akure, and Mrs Caroline Oluwatola Jegede (nee Asokeji) from Ipeletown, in Owo Local Government Area.

Eyitayo Jegede’s late father, Chief J.B Jegede retired from public service of Ondo State in 1982 having joined the service of the Old Western Region in 1948. He was the Supervisory Councillor for Health in Akure Local Government and Treasurer of the Anglican Diocese of Akure until he discontinued this service on the ground of his failing health. His was a classical example of public service.

Eyitayo Jegede’s grandfather was Chief Gabriel Jegede, a prominent trader during his lifetime. He was the Baba Egbe Onisowo Akure, a notable merchant dealing in hardwares (heavy equipment, chains,machines etc.), trading between Akure and the coastal areas of the(then) Western Region. A successful businessman by all standards withhis vast residential estate in the heart of Akure township. Till date, the legacies of his age-long investment are still there for all to see. He was also the treasurer of St. David’s Anglican Church, Ijomu Akure and the Baba Egbe of the Church.

Eyitayo is the fifth of the seven children of his parents. The eldest is Mrs. Christianah Esho, a retired public servant now resident in United Kingdom. The second is Mrs. Mojisola Alex-Adedipe, a retired nurse who was also at some point a Supervisory Councilor for Health in the Akure Local Government under Governor Adebayo Adefarati’s government.

The first male child in the family, is Comrade Olugbenga Jegede, a retired public servant and politician. Comrade Gbenga Jegede served as Chairman of NULGE and Chairman of NLC and was also a Commissioner inthe Local Government Service Commission between 2010 and 2013. He
presently serves as the Chairman of Ondo State Sports Council.

The immediate elder brother to Mr. Eyitayo Jegede, SAN, is Tokunbo Olumuyiwa Jegede who is the General Manager and Chief ExecutiveOfficer of Orange F.M Station in Akure.

The immediate younger brother, Mr. Olawale Jegede is a banker with Fidelity Bank in Ibadan. The last of the children of seven is Mrs. Olubunmi Erebor who resides in Benin.

Eyitayo Jegede, SAN, attended St. Stephen’s “A” Primary School Modakeke, Ife and was at Aquinas College Akure from 5th January 1973 to July 1978 for his secondary education. He was one of the Prefects, at Aquinas College and took active part in Sports in the best traditions of the family. He had his Higher School Certificate education at Christ School, Ado Ekiti. He was the school volleyball captain both at Aquinas College, Akure and Christ School, Ado Ekiti. He also captained the University volleyball team at the University of Lagos where he had his law degree course between 1980 and 1983.

Mr. Eyitayo Jegede, SAN, qualified as a lawyer in 1984 after the one year mandatory programme at the Nigeria Law School, Victoria Island,
Lagos. The one year mandatory National Service saw Eyitayo posted to the then Gongola State where he eventually started his law practice. He was a counsel with the law firm of Murtala Aminu & Co., Yola for 12 years and practised extensively in the northern part of Nigeria where he
built an enviable legal practice with special interest in litigation,Commercial and Corporate law. In 1996, he established the Law firm Tayo Jegede & Co. with offices in Yola and Abuja .

Eyitayo Jegede has made many friends and built enduring relationships across the country. He was appointed a Notary Public by the Chief
Justice of Nigeria in 1992 and was elevated to the rank of Senior Advocate of Nigeria on 16th December, 2008. He had been actively involved in political cases and election petition matters, an area of law where his industry and practice is well noted and respected.

In 2009, Mr. Eyitayo Jegede (SAN) was appointed the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice under Dr. Olusegun Mimiko’s administration where he served in the first four years of the administration. Following the re-election of Governor Mimiko for the second term in 2013, Governor Mimiko again appointed Mr. Eyitayo Jegede (SAN) as Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, a position he still holds till date.

He was given numerous assignments in the administration and remained one of the key members of the cabinet, carrying out critical duties
for the administration on the authorization of his boss, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko, a man not given to pettiness but driven by the passion to serve his people and humanity.

Mr. Jegede holds the forte as the Head, Ministry of Justice, Ondo State, where he ensured the review of the Laws of Ondo State for the
first time since the creation of the State in 1976, and actively supported and midwifed the provision of facilities for the establishment of the Court of Appeal, the National Industrial Court and the Zonal Offices of the Federal Ministry of Justice, all in Ondo State.

Realising also that there is need to improve on the administration of Criminal Justice in the State, Eyitayo Jegede the Attorney General of
the state worked closely with the office of the Chief Judge of the State to established the first High Court within the precincts of the prison to fast track prosecution of criminal cases especially those that have to do with capital offences, the first in the Country.

Recently, with the cooperation of some Non-Governmental Associations and other prominent legal practitioners and judges, the new Criminal
Justice Administration Law was enacted and signed into Law. The whole idea is to improve the Criminal Justice System. Mr. Eyitayo Jegede (SAN) has since 2010 been entrusted by his colleagues, the Attorneys General of 36 States in the federation, with the responsibility of coordinating the activities of the Body of Attorneys General in the states of the Federation as the Chairman.

Mr. Jegede (SAN) is a member of the Council of Legal Education in Nigeria, the body responsible for setting standards for legal
education in Nigeria.Besides, by the virtue of his office as Attorney General of Ondo State, he had been a member of the Body of Benchers
for seven years. This body is responsible for the call to bar of successful law students.

Mr. Jegede (SAN) served twice as the Chairman of the Nigeria Bar Association in Yola before coming to Akure to serve. He has a deep
interest in the education sector. He was a member of the 5 man implementation Committee that was saddled with the responsibility of
establishing the American University of Nigeria, an American styled University based in Yola, Adamawa State. He served as the pioneer
Secretary of the Board of Trustees working with prominent Nigerians and foreigners alike in the Governing Board of the University, and
providing the policy guidelines and regulations for the University.

He was a member of the Governing Board of Abti Academy and subsequently became the Chairman of the same Governing Board. Abti
Academy, is a British styled Secondary School, located in Yola, Adamawa State which has created a niche and standard for itself.

A sports man, Mr. Eyitayo Jegede, SAN, represented Ondo State as a member of the Volleyball team at the intermediate level during the
various National Sports Festivals at Kaduna in1977, Ibadan in 1979 where he won laurels for the State.

He is a passionate philanthropist and community friendly public officer that identifies with all member of the society. Many acknowledge that he is accessible and affable. A deeply religious man, Mr. Jegede is of the Anglican Communion. He had served as the Chancellor of two Dioceses in the North, the Diocese of Jalingo,Taraba State and the Diocese of Yola, Adamawa State.

Mr. Jegede is a team player with a strong sense of character, propelled by the vision to improve on the life of the common man.

He is a very patriotic, loyal and dedicated public officer with friends cutting across all political, ethnic and religious divides. A man in complete harmony with his people and the environment Mr. Eyitayo Jegede SAN has a wide and extensive legal practice, both in the Private and Public Bar having attained the highest distinction in his legal practice. He is a widely traveled man who over the years has acquired extensive working experience within the country.

Eyitayo Jegede, SAN, is a man of impeccable character, a humane and humble technocrat who has selflessly and passionately served his State
and affected humanity with a positive difference.

His record of community service is both commendable and enduring. Mr Jegede SAN had periodically sponsored Moot Court trials amongst Universities in the South West, and those from Edo and Kogi State.

This modest support in the Legal Education sector has become a yearly event.

As an active sportsman himself, Mr Eyitayo Jegede SAN had consistently sponsored sporting events in Ondo State; the latest of which is the
National Interclub Volleyball competition that held in Akure, Ondo State in December 2015. Mr Eyitayo Jegede SAN had silently assisted various communities in the state in provision of water and electricity. His support for the less privilege, physically challenged, widows and the elderly had been consistent and impactful.

Mr. Eyitayo Jegede, SAN, is a family man with very high family values. He is married to Eno Jegede and both are blessed with four children.

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by engineerboat(m): 10:49pm On Nov 24, 2016
BARRISTER OLUWAROTIMI AKEREDOLU (APC)

This genial and highly urbane personality, Oluwarotimi Odunayo Akeredolu, Esq, SAN, took his first fresh breath of life, through Reverend J. Ola Akeredolu of Akeredolu family in Owo and Lady Evangelist Grace B. Akeredolu of Aderoyiju family of Igbotu, Ese Odo, on the 21st July, 1956 in Owo, Ondo, State of Nigeria.

The then young Rotimi, now fondly called Aketi by his colleagues, friends and admirers, started his primary education at Government School, Owo. He proceeded to Aquinas College, Akure, Loyola Colege, Ibadan and Comprehensive High School, Ayetoro, for his secondary school education and Higher School Certificate, respectively.

Aketi attended the most beautiful university on the African Continent, the great University of Ife, now Obafemi Awolowo University, in Ile Ife, Osun State, where he obtained his LLB degree in 1977 and the B.L from the Nigerian Law School in 1978. His leadership traits soon came to the fore with his election as the Vice President, Students’ Union, University Of Ife, for the 1975-1976 academic session.

His record of service spans almost three decades. He served the Nigerian Bar Association in various capacities at both the branch and national levels meritoriously. His record of service spans almost three decades. Aketi was the Secretary General of Nigerian Bar Association, Ibadan branch, 1985 to 1986. He has been a member of National Executive Council of the Association from 1985 till date. He served as the Publicity Secretary during the regime of the late Alao Aka Bashorun, a period considered as the golden era of the Bar, 1988-1989. He was also a member of Legal Aid Council of Nigeria from 1989 to 1991. He became the Vice Chairman of the Ibadan branch in 1991 and subsequently the Chairman between 1992 and 1994. His thirst for service compelled him to accept to serve the Old Boys’ Association of one of his secondary schools, Loyola College, Ibadan, as the Secretary General from 1995-1999.

He became the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice in Ondo State between 1997 and 1999 serving at the same time as a member of the Ondo State Judicial Service Commission. He embarked on far reaching reforms as the AG of the state. Some of his achievements are still visible in the state judiciary today. He was also a member of the Council of Legal Education during this period by virtue of his position as the AG. He first became a member of Body of Benchers at the same time, 1997-1999, and was subsequently re-appointed in 2006. He remains a member till date. He was the Chairman of the Legal Aid Council from 2005 to 2006. He was conferred with the prestigious title of the Senior Advocate of Nigeria in 1998.

The essential Aketi became a brand for principled resistance to all manner of obnoxious practices, including brazen thievery, in the polity.
Perhaps what stands out as his highest point of achievement at the Bar was his election unopposed as the President of the Nigerian Bar Association. Aketi forced himself into the consciousness of the whole country and beyond through what has become his trade mark unyielding opposition to bad governance. The essential Aketi became a brand for principled resistance to all manner of obnoxious practices, including brazen thievery, in the polity. It took the bold challenge of Aketi as the President of the Nigerian Bar Association, and a few other Nigerians to rein in the excesses of some members of the government of the late President, Umar Yar Adua.

He was a member of the Governing Council, Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies between 2008 and 2010, a member of Council of Legal Education, a member of Council, International Bar Association and Pan African Lawyers Union during the same period. He currently serves as NBA representative in the National Judicial Council. A devout Christian, he is the Chancellor of the Anglican Church, Owo Diocese.

Aketi has been the recipient of many distinguished awards from reputable organisations both at home and abroad. These include the OAU Alumni Association Merit Award, 1995, NBA Award of recognition on the conferment of the SAN title in 1998, Loyola College Old boys’ Association Merit Award, 1995, Sports Writers Association Merit Award as the Legal Adviser, 1995, Sports Writers Association Merit Award as the Patron, 1998, Qatari Bar Association Award, among others numerous to mention.

He married Betty Chioma Anyanwu-Akeredolu of Emeabiam, Owerri West Local Government. The marriage is blessed with four kids, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu (Jnr), Dr Teniola Akeredolu, Mrs.Yejide Runsewe and Babajide Akeredolu.

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by engineerboat(m): 10:49pm On Nov 24, 2016
OLUSOLA ALEX OKE (AD)

Oke was born on 7 April 1956 in Ilowo, a coastal town in Ilaje Local government Area of Ondo State. His father was from Ilaje and his mother hailed from Imoru town in Ose Local Government Area of Ondo state. he attended UNA Primary School, Ode-Ilowo between 1961-1963. At age 7, he dropped out of school in 1963 and became a professional fisherman who lived and earned his living from the creek of the rivers in Ilaje and its environs. He wrestled with the wicked conspiracy of poverty and social deprivation that almost prevented him from being educated. Between 1963 and 1973, he engaged in subsistence high sea fishing, a career in which he acquired great fame.

His quest for knowledge compelled him to abandon fishing to the amazement of his fishermen colleagues and returned to Methodist Primary School, Ilepete in 1973 to complete his primary school education. He later proceeded to Methodist Secondary Modern School, Ilepete where he graduated in 1976. He attended Ilaje Grammar School, Atijere in Ilaje Local Government where he bagged his WASC in 1980. Oke taught briefly as auxiliary Teacher at Happy City College Ayetero, Ilaje Local Government and Methodist High School, Okitipupa.

In October 1981, he was admitted to Ondo State School of Arts and Science, Ikare where he was, when the prestigious University of Ife offered him admission in 1982 to study law. He attended the prestigious University of Ife, a citadel for intellectual giants established within the vortex of Yoruba origin by the evergreen sage, Chief Obafemi Awolowo and other leaders of the emerging post-colonial south-western Nigeria. He bagged a degree in Law from the renowned Great Ife in 1986 from where he proceeded to the Nigerian Law School and was called to the Nigerian bar in 1987.

He joined Olufemi Lanlehin and Co., a law firm in Ikeja, Lagos in 1987 from there, he moved to Okitipupa to establish Olusola Oke and Associates on the 14th of July, 1988. His resolve to commence his law practice early enough was encouraged by his easy grasp of routines and outstanding delivery in all the matters he participated in. He had always seen law as an embodiment of the moral values, sentiments and dispositions of the people and therefore, he had long resolved to employ it as an instrument of societal re-engineering in line with the tenets of Roscoe Pound; And to earn hisliving from it too. He took that decision with a firm faith in God.

In 1996, he became the Secretary of the Nigerian Bar Association, Okitipupa Branch. Between 1997 and year 2000, he was the chairman of NBA, Okitipupa Branch. Also, between 1997 and year 2000, he was a member of the National Executive Committee of NBA. His professional practice provided the platform that earned him the opportunity to blossom in politics and to join others in liberating his people. Today, his law firm has its headquarters in Abuja. He has been listed for the prestigious title of the Senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN, three times and in all the three instances, he made it to the final listing.

As the National Legal Adviser of the PDP, between 2008 and 2012, he practiced law to its fullest and paved a way for equity and constitutionality to prevail unhindered in all the matters he handled.

He was a popular youth activist in the ranks of Ilaje Patriotic Front (IPF), a frontline youth pressure group in the late 80's. The desire of the IPF was for Ilaje people to get to the promised land. They employed their intellectual prowess, provided leadership and ignited the thirst for development in the people. Through purposeful plans, commitment and loyalty to the course of the people, they made a mark and created legendary marks in our land. The group later metamorphosed into a political group. The group, in recognition of his stoic contributions insisted on him going into politics. In spite of the pressure of the group on him to join active politics, he stayed the course of his law practice until 1991 when he was made Local Government Legal Adviser of the Social Democratic Party, SDP. From 1991 to 1992, he was a member of Board of Internal Revenue in Ondo State. Since then, he has combined politics with his legal practice without necessarily leaving one for the other. He was elected a member, Federal House of Representatives representing Ilaje/Ese-odo federal constituency in 1992. By year 2000, he was appointed into the pioneer board of the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC. At NDDC, his team executed and completed over two hundred and fifty projects. What he did on the board of NDDC and the experience garnered facilitated his appointment as the Executive Chairman of the Ondo State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (OSOPADEC), another intervention agency, in 2004.

In 2005, he was nominated and served in the National Political Reform Conference and in 2007, he served as a member of the Presidential Technical Committee on Niger Delta. He was appointed the Chairman of the Federal Polytechnic Bida in 2009 and also appointed Chairman, National Steel Raw Materials Exploration Agency between 2009 and 2011.

He was a governorship candidate in Ondo state in the 2012 gubernatorial election. In the televised debate before the election, Olusola Oke was adjudged winner by a vast majority of the viewers. According to popular youth activist, Olatunji Ariyo, in the second debate which featured only the three leading candidates, Olusola Oke appeared to be the indisputable winner. He exhibited candour, depth and came out smoking hot. The incumbent governor however did well in holding his ground while Akeredolu of the ACN improved upon his earlier performance. The debate was also richer on issues although the candidates could not escape the temptation of typecasting one another as they laboured hard to adorn opponents with the corrupt tag which was an avoidable distraction.

Olusola oke was a top contender for the All Progressives Congress (APC) ticket for the state Governorship election coming up in November 2016. He decamped to the Alliance for Democracy (AD) after the APC primaries

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by engineerboat(m): 10:50pm On Nov 24, 2016
OLU AGUNLOYE (SDP)

Dr. Olu Agunloye was born to the families of Mr. J. O. Agunloye in Erusu-Akoko and Chief Mrs J. A. Agunloye of the Osuporu family in Owo. He is of royal parental background from Owo Kingdom and Akure Kingdom in Ondo State. He is great grandson of His Royal Majesty, Olowo of Owo, Oba Elewu Okun in Owo as well as great grandson of the Ojomo Uro, also a royal family in Akure.

Dr. Agunloye attended Ondo Boys High School, Ondo from 1961 to 1965 and passed out with Grade 1. He attended the University of Ibadan to read Physics from 1966 to 1970 and graduated with Second Class Upper Division Honours Degree in Physics in June 1970. He was again admitted in July 1970 for postgraduate studies in Department of Physics at the University of Ibadan and Applied Physical Science, University of Reading, UK. He graduated with Ph.D Physics in March 1974. Throughout his university student’s days – 1966 to 1973, he was a University Scholar at the University of Ibadan and University of Reading, England. He was appointed Lecturer in the Department of Physics, University of Ibadan in March 1974. Thereafter, he obtained a Master’s degree in Applied Geophysics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT, Cambridge, USA in 1976 while still lecturing at the University of Ibadan.

Dr. Agunloye is a man of many parts. He is an erudite Scholar, Scientist, Industrialist, an astute Administrator and Manager, a Technocrat per excellence and an upright Politician.

For 36 years, he rendered public service in Nigeria without any blemish as University Lecturer; Chief Executive of Faagol Instruments Limited; pioneer Corps Marshal and Chief Executive, Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC); Chief Executive and Don Langford and Company; Special Assistant to the Honourable Minister of Power and Steel; Special Assistant to the Attorney General of the Federation; Honourable Minister of Defence (Navy); Honourable Minister of Power and Steel and Chief Executive of National eGovernment Strategies.
Under his management between 1988 and 1994, FRSC was easily the most disciplined and efficient Government agency in Nigeria. In addition, he accomplished monumental achievements of international standards such as:

a) Uniform single card National Driver’s Licence,
b) Uniform Vehicle Plate Number System,
c) National Motor Vehicle Administration,
d) Revised Highway Code System.

Dr. Agunloye has made momentous pioneering contributions to the development and implementation of eGovernment programmes in Nigeria relating to:
i. Bringing Government services closer to the people;
ii. Making Government service delivery more efficient, transparent, accountable and responsive;
iii. Making Government citizen-centred.

In his usual modest and quiet manner, Dr. Agunloye has made worthy personal contributions to emancipation programmes including various scholarships to students in secondary schools, colleges of Education, Polytechnics and Universities and is always ready to support the less privileged. He has been in the fore front of community development by supporting of students and teachers, parents, rehabilitation of schools, supply of potable water, erection of science building at a Community College and contributing to the development of church and other religious programmes. Also, he has facilitated massive youth employment at every stage of his position in public service and has promoted women empowerment in local and rural areas.

Dr. Olu Agunloye is Omoluka of Erusu; Oluomo of Akoko and Omoluabi of Ondo State

Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by iGod(m): 10:51pm On Nov 24, 2016
May the best candidate wins.
Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by engineerboat(m): 10:52pm On Nov 24, 2016
INEC REGISTERED VOTERS IN ONDO STATE

(Central Senatorial District): 1. EYITAYO JEGEDE (PDP)
AKURE SOUTH: 248,953
AKURE NORTH: 53,935
IFEDORE : 63,242
ONDO WEST : 150,838
ONDO EAST : 37,469
IDANRE : 60,720
.
(North Senatorial District) :1. OLUWAROTIMI AKEREDOLU (APC), 2. OLU AGUNLOYE (SDP), 3. Gani Dauda (AD Deputy)
AKOKO NW : 68,061
AKOKO NE : 62,451
AKOKO SE : 29,773
AKOKO SW : 86,155
OWO : 110,100
OSE : 62,386
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(South Senatorial District): 1. OLUSOLA OKE (AD), 2. Ola Mafo (PDP Deputy) 3. Ajayi AGboola Alfred (APC Deputy)
ESE ODO : 57,255
ILAJE : 114,235
ILEOLUJI : 64,219
IRELE : 55,231
OKITPP : 101,044
ODIGBO : 120,014
.
TOTAL REG VOTERS:1,546,081
.
PERCENTAGE OF REGD VOTERS /SEN.DISTRICT

CENTRAL : 615;157 = 39:78%
NORTH : 418,926 = 27.10%
SOUTH : 511998 = 33.12%.

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by Atiku2019: 10:53pm On Nov 24, 2016
SpaceBooked
Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by GuyWise(m): 11:06pm On Nov 24, 2016
Hmmmn this one na world war III oooo

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by smellingmenses: 11:28pm On Nov 24, 2016
so failure jimoh Ibrahim wanted to stain the assemblage of distinguished fellows

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by engineerboat(m): 11:51pm On Nov 24, 2016
ONDO STATE DECLARE FRIDAY 25TH PUBLIC HOLIDAY:

The Ondo State government has declared friday 25th November a Public Holiday to enable workers prepare for Saturdays 26th Governorship Election.

In a statement issued by the state head of service, Toyin Akinkuoto directs all heads of MDSs to inform workers in their offices.
Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by Donshegxy10(m): 2:23am On Nov 25, 2016
oke lo le se sa
. . . .
oke is okay.

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by Bluesearoll(m): 6:20am On Nov 25, 2016
All these old cargoes... Am voting the youngest amongst them
Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by olawalepopoola: 6:49am On Nov 25, 2016
If you live presently in Owo, please tread carefully. The town is highly tensed now especially around Ehinogbe. Thanks. Anyways Oke is Okay.

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by h2iTeamSuccess: 7:16am On Nov 25, 2016
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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by richidinho(m): 7:17am On Nov 25, 2016
Vote Jegede here

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by richidinho(m): 7:22am On Nov 25, 2016
Vote Aketi here

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by ddippset(m): 7:24am On Nov 25, 2016
yes the time has come, pre-intimacy is over. it's time for the real deal. there will be no justice salawu, no appeal court, no supreme court to say them now. by sunday night it would be their turn to be peeping at this thread.
Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by richidinho(m): 7:24am On Nov 25, 2016
Vote Olusola Oke here

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by Johnnyessence(m): 7:31am On Nov 25, 2016
Akeredolu winning in landslide victory.

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by engineerboat(m): 8:00am On Nov 25, 2016
INEC begins the distributions of sensitve materials to the various 18 LGAs

Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by engineerboat(m): 8:06am On Nov 25, 2016
7 Local government have been identified as the hotspots and Key local government in this election which are

1.Akure South,
2. Ilaje,
3 Ese-Odo,
4. Owo,
5. Ondo west
6. Okitipupa.
7. Odigbo

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by engineerboat(m): 8:17am On Nov 25, 2016
Those in palace/iloro area of Owo should be careful. Parties supporter clashes are going on with some injured and taken to FMC owo
Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by engineerboat(m): 8:19am On Nov 25, 2016
We call on the security agents to be up and doing in protecting lives and properties.

We also plead with the various parties supporter to shield their sword.

Vote not fight.

Ondo will shine

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by engineerboat(m): 8:43am On Nov 25, 2016
Facts:

16,723 personnel will be deployed by INEC for the Governorship Election

Ondo state is made up of
1. Eighteen (18)Local Government Areas,
2. 203 Registration Areas, and
3. 3,010 Polling Units.
4. It has a total of 1,660,055 registered voters.

A breakdown of the 16,723 personnel to be deployed indicates that INEC would deploy
1. one (1) Returning Officer,
2. eighteen (18)Local Government Collation Officers,
3. 203Registration Area Collation Officers,
4. 301Supervisory Presiding Officer (SPOs),
5. 3,010Presiding Officers (POs),
6. 11, 103Assistant Presiding Officers (I,II and III).
7. 1,321 Assistant Presiding Officers (VP),
8. 621 Reserve Assistant Presiding Officers,
9. 19 Local Government Area Supervisors,
10. 126 Registration Area Cluster Supervisors.
Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by OAUTemitayo: 9:00am On Nov 25, 2016
olawalepopoola:
If you live presently in Owo, please tread carefully. The town is highly tensed now especially around Ehinogbe. Thanks. Anyways Oke is Okay.
Akeredolu sabi say he go lose woefully.

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by OdVVanguard: 9:14am On Nov 25, 2016
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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by Aare2050(m): 10:16am On Nov 25, 2016
I occupy this area to cover Ondo East.

Keep off......

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Re: #ondodecides: Ondo State Governorship Election Monitoring/live Report Thread by BERNIMOORE: 10:33am On Nov 25, 2016
well the election should have been postponed due to a clear injustice to jegede by justice Abang Okon! Inec can never say they Neutral and fair to jegede, either jegede or Oke will carry the day! watch it!

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