Emerhor, Adjogbe Express Optimism Over Polls

By Joel Grandball & Efidhere Omamuzo,

 Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC and the Acting Executive Director of Projects, EDP, Engr. Samuel Adjogbe have expressed optimism over the Presidential and National Assembly elections.
They both held that with the out come of the peaceful conduct of the election,  the APC  will compensate out victorious.
According to Emerhor, “Everybody is excited because we have the opportunity now, to elect the President and National Assembly members of our choice

“But Based on some logistics relating to transportation, they started late and I think INEC will extend the time,  so that everybody can vote.
“Iam a bit concerned about the time allocated to each person to vote because of the machine but I hope it will pick up so it would be faster.
I encourage my unit,  ward and local Government and the State at large to be patient because this is important and will also give directions to the country.

On his part, The Executive Director of Projects, Engr. Samuel said,  “The process has been so peaceful and oderly so far,  everybody is calm and voting according to the requirements of INEC. 
“I expect Mr. President to win, this is just a  re-confirmation we should do, so he should go back for another four years. 
“We have passed the message before, the idea is for them to be orderly so that their vote can counted because if you are troublesome, there’s possibility your vote will be disqualified and would not count.
 “We have created the awareness and also sensitize everybody, that if you are provoked today, you should not react,  the election must be peaceful as much as possible so our vote can count. 
“I have casted my vote and I am standing by to ensure that everything goes on peacefully,  and at the end the result will be announced”. Adjogbe disclosed

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