Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has said the governorship and House of Assembly elections held Saturday was an improvement on the last Presidential and National Assembly polls.
Speaking with newsmen shortly after casting his vote at PU 008 Elizabeth Fowler School in Masha Surulere, Gbajabiamila said the exercise was peaceful and orderly.
He however noted that voter’s turnout was “incredibly low”.
He said, “From what I heard and what I have seen, INEC is up to the game. The materials came early and accreditation is going on well. BVAS works.
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“Voter’s turnout has been incredibly low but I won’t come to conclusion yet, we still have about three hours till the end of the polls
“There’s been a lot of improvements in terms of preparedness; materials came early. The staff came early.
“As far as the INEC is concerned, as far as the people are concerned, it has been so far so good.
“Like I said, it’s a learning process. I think INEC clearly seems to have corrected whatever lapses they were to have much better operations this time around.”
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