Eyitayo Jegede, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate in the Ondo State governorship election, has given reasons he refused to join the queue during voting on Saturday.
Naija News reports that Jegede and his wife, Eno, arrived at Ward 2, Polling Unit 10, Akure South Local Government, around 09:00 am.
Speaking to The Punch, he said he said he refused to jump the queue at his polling unit so as to serve as an example to the good people of the state.
According to the former Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, “Don’t forget that I am a citizen of this state. The same blood that flows in my veins flows in their veins. It is only fair that we stay where we should be.
“The truth is that so many people came here so early and it will be unfair for me to jump the queue. We must lay good examples, we must lay good narratives.”
This online news platform reports Ondo electorates are currently at polling units voting for the next individual o governing the state for the next four years.
The governorship race is between Rotimi Akeredolu of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Agboola Ajayi of the Zenith Labour Party (ZLP) and Jegede.
Source: Naija News