Aggrieved workers in Ekiti threaten to work against APC during election
Workers in Ekiti State, united under the banner of 'Aggrieved Sacked Workers' (ASW), have sworn to campaign against the triumph of the ruling All Progressives Congress's (APC) gubernatorial candidate, Mr. Biodun Oyebanji, in the June 18 election.
The disgruntled workers disclosed that they were employed by the state's Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) administration before being fired by Governor Kayode Fayemi's administration.
Mrs. Falade Victoria and Mr. Oke Sanmi, who lead the organization, revealed this in a letter to Ekiti Build Back Better's (EBBB) spokesman, Idowu Adelusi, in Ado Ekiti, stating that their members were physically and psychologically brutalized by the occurrence.
Check the Impact of Peter Obi With LP in Ekiti Election
Though the Labour Party has been gathering a lot of fans mainly on Social media since the former Governor of Anambra state; Peter Obi joined the party.It seems the social media influence is yet to be replicated outside online as the candidate of the Labour party in the just concluded Ekiti governorship election scored ridiculous vote.Labour Party only have less than 200 votes out of the over 300,000 valid votes.Check the breakdown below:A: 166AAC: 409ADC: 5,597ADP:...
Live Updates: Ekiti Governorship Election 2022 – Results Trickle In As Counting Continues
According to data from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Ekiti has 988,923 registered voters.The election is being held in 2,445 polling units spread among 177 registration areas in the state's 16 local government regions.When incumbent Governor Kayode Fayemi finishes his second term in office later in October, sixteen political parties will be represented in the race for the next governor of the state.
Ekiti decides: People sell their votes for N500 — Election observer
Mr. Paul James, an election observer in Ekiti State, from YIAGA, has insisted that people sold their votes during Saturday’s governorship election for as low as N500.James told the BBC Hausa Service on Saturday that from March 2022 till date, money and other items were given to people on political occasions.According to him, it has now changed as they now go from house to house, giving people money.James said, “What this has shown is that politicians don’t like wast...
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