A chief of the All Progressives Congress in Ekiti State, Mr. Ayoleke Adu, has cautioned the police and other security agencies against taking sides in the June 21 governorship election.
Speaking during an empowerment programme held in Omuo-Ekiti, Ekiti East local council, he urged security agencies and Independent National Electoral Commission to be fair to ensure people’s vote counted.
Adu said, “The only thing we are asking for is that the Police and other security agencies in the state should be impartial and allow free, fair and credible election to hold on Saturday.”
He expressed optimism that Governor Kayode Fayemi will win convincingly because of his track records and the determination of Ekiti people to vote for performance and continuity.
Adu blamed the Federal Government for abandoning many projects in the state, which he said, was affecting the fortune of the PDP in the state.
He also advised the electorate to be vigilant and report any strange faces on the day of election to the police.