General Bajowa wins polling unit for Buhari Updated for 2021

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Updated: March 4, 2021


General Olu Bajowa, (rtd), the Chairman of the Legacy Forum, a unit of the Buhari support organisation (BSO), has commended the conduct of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) over the hitch free process of the 2019 General election.

The retired Army chief while talking to the press after he had cast his vote at his polling unit, palace ward 1, unit 006, Igbotako, Okitipupa Local Govt of Ondo state said he was impressed at the conduct of INEC, noting that accreditation and voting exercise started to time.
“The process started early, was peaceful, orderly and the security was adequate”.

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General. Olu Bajowa (rtd), the Chairman of Legacy Forum, a unit of the Buhari support organisation, casting his vote at ward 1,Palace unit 006, Igbotako, Okitipupa Local government area of Ondo state, on Saturday, 23rd February, 2019.

General Bajowa, whose wife, Princess (Mrs) Oluyemi Bajowa also voted at same polling unit, charged the people to continue to maintain the peace during and after the election.The ruling party APC won the Presidential election at Gen Bajowa’ s palace unit 006 polling unit as APC polled 71 votes to beat its closest rival PDP, which polled 61 votes.

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