There has been out pouring of support for Governor Idris Wada who is also the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in today’s gubernatorial election currently taking place in Kogi state.
PM News reports that as early as 7.30 am, there was huge turnout of voters who thronged to get accredited at the home town of Governor Wada.
The same scenario played out at Odu Ogbogaya ward 001 where Governor Wada is being expected for accreditation.
As at the time of writing this report, the governor had not turned out for accreditation yet but this did not deter the crowd of journalist and cameramen waiting for the governor to show up at the polling unit.
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Our correspondent on ground reports that accreditation is still going on at all polling units across the state, but it is expected to end by 12.00noon for voting to commence after one hour. But as a due to hitches with the accreditation occasioned by the card readers which kept rejecting some fingers, accreditation may continue after the earlier stipulated time elapses.
Meanwhile, Abubakar Audu the gubernatorial candidate of the All Progressives Congress was accredited at about 12.15 am.
In Lokoja, the state capital, the turn out is slightly above average, while there has been calm and peaceful discharge of duties by the law enforcement agencies.
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