Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has won his polling unit in Owo Local Government Area in the ongoing governorship election in the state.
Akeredolu, who voted together with his wife at Ijebu 2 Ward 5, Unit 6, won with a landslide victory.
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He polled a total of 413 votes while the Peoples Democratic Party scored 12 and African Democratic Party had nine.
Earlier, a speed boat conveying ad-hoc staff of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to Ilaje communities has capsized, it was learnt.
It was gathered that the incident has damaged ballot papers and other election materials meant for some polling units in Ilaje Local Government.
Meanwhile, the INEC ad-hoc staff escaped unharmed with the use of lifejackets.
In a video spotted online, it shows all the occupants struggling to save their lives amidst the troubled waters as some were seen struggling to swim their way to the bank of the river. SEE HERE