As the people of Osun awaits the outcome of the Saturday’s governorship poll, authorities of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) have begun the electronic collation of election results from few of the local governments available at the umpire office in Osogbo, the state capital.
As of the time filing this reports, no fewer than 10 Toyota Hilux vans, conveying the results from local governments, accompanied by security agents and electoral officers have arrived the premises of INEC in Osogbo, while journalists were set inside the collation centre.
Impeccable sources informed Tribuneonline that electronic collation of the available results were being carried out at strategic room inside the one storey building of the electoral body as a prelude to the public announcement of the results in the hall housing the collation centre.
Our correspondent reliably gathered that this development was aimed at making the process of final announcement of the result easier and less cumbersome, with a view to ensuring that all the results were ready from all the 30 local government and Area Council.
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