No arithmetic permutations in June 21 election – Fayemi

Wife of Ekiti state Governor, Erelu Bisi Fayemi, is upbeat that the June 21 governorship election would not be mired in arithmetic permutations, which blighted the 2009 re-run election.
She exuded confidence in the ability of her husband, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, to record landslide victory in the election, which, she said, would leave the gap between him and his next opponent “at nothing less than half a million votes.”
The governor’s wife spoke at Ido-Ekiti, headquarters of Ido-Osi local government, where she performed the earth-breaking and site inspection for the neighbourhood market under construction in the town.
She said: “The coming governorship election will not be like the past one.
Maybe what happened then was because people were not well informed.
“I can assure you by the grace of God and support of the people of the
state that the coming election will not be subjected to arithmetic permutation before my husband will be declared winner.
“We will no longer need to use calculator to determine who garnered more or less votes in the election. I’m confident that Dr. Kayode Fayemi will win convincingly at the first ballot.”
She, however, warned that the feat could only be achieved by the continued support of the people and mobilisation by All Progressives Party faithful across board.
She urged party loyalists to besiege the registration centres in the coming APC members’ registration exercise, and promised that the governor would not rest on his laurels.

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