Governor Yahaya Bello’s polling unit, 011 Agassa, Okene, becomes the stage for a significant win as Usman Ododo secures an impressive 840 votes.
Dino Melaye of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Muritala Ajaka of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) witness a complete shutout, scoring zero votes in the fiercely contested polling unit.
Governor Bello, after casting his vote, dispels media-created narratives of violence, describing the election as free and credible.
He emphasizes the stark contrast between his regime and previous ones, asserting a commitment to violence-free and fair electoral processes.
Governor Bello commends the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and the electorate for their role in ensuring a smooth and transparent electoral process.
Governor Yahaya Bello takes a voyage through his tenure, declaring his intention to leave the state in a better condition than when he assumed office.
Governor Bello challenges critics to delve into history and records, urging a comparison between his administration and predecessors.
He asserts that his tenure has witnessed the freest, fairest, and most credible elections, dispelling notions of violence as mere imagination.