Collation of results at polling centres have commenced in most polling centres across Osun amidst tight security.
Counting of votes started in some of the polling units at about 3 p.m.
At unit 08, Iloro/Iroye, counting of votes started at about 3pm while counting at Unit 003, Ogbon Idio, started at about 3:15 p.m.
The counting of votes also commenced at Unit 2, Customary Court at about. 3:33 p.m.
There were also reports that the process of accreditation and voting was peaceful in all the polling units visited.
Mr Demola Adeyeye, an observer from Cleen Foundation, said the election went well and commended INEC for the peaceful conduct of the election.
Also speaking, Mr Emmanuel Adeniran, an observer from Reclaim Niger, said the election was conducted in a peaceful atmosphere.
A PDP party agent, Mr Oluwaseun Oni, said he was satisfied with the conduct of INEC officials, saying the result was credible.
An APC party agent, Mrs Victoria Olaide, said the electoral process was credible, adding that she was satisfied with the outcome.
A primary school teacher, Mrs Iyabode Oyewole, also commended INEC for ensuring a credible electoral process.
Oyewole, however, urged the Federal Government to put in place adequate security measures ahead of other elections in the country.
Also speaking, a pensioner, Mr Faleye Olayinka, described the election as the best so far in the country, adding that INEC had set a good record for itself.(NAN)