Abuja – Mr Jide Ojo, a political analyst, has called on contestants in the Ondo Governorship election not to see the election as a do or die exercise in the interest peace and development of the state.
He made the call on Saturday in Abuja while commenting on the election, adding that aggrieved contestants should seek redress in the law court if they noticed any discrepancies in the election.
Ojo advised that the incoming governor should form an all inclusive government irrespective of political affliation of stakeholders that would contribute meaningfully to the state.
The collation of ballot papers for the governorship election that saw 28 parties vying has commenced in many parts of the state.
203 registration areas, 3,010 polling unit and 1,66,002,055 registered voters took part in the Saturday exercise.