Biodun Oyebanji, the governorship candidate for the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), has cast his vote at the ongoing Ekiti gubernatorial election.
Mr Oyebanji, who cast his ballot at about 10 a.m. at Polling Unit 003, Ikogosi Town, Ekiti West, commended the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for a peaceful coordination of the polls so far.
While he described Saturday’s election as an improvement from the last one, the governorship candidate said it is too early to predict the winning candidate – even though he is hopeful of victory.
“Today’s outing is an improvement from the last time. I have cast my vote and it was seamless. I must commend INEC for this improvement but I hope that it’s like that across the state. This is just a unit and we have over 2,000 units.
“My expectation is for me to win. But it is too early to predict.”
Mr Oyebanji was accompanied by his wife and running mate, Monisade Afuye.