At ward 9, opposite Ekiti State University along Adebayo Road, our correspondent met more than 100 voters, including the aged nursing mothers and a nurse at the ward, waiting for officials the Independent National Electoral Commission around 7.05 am.
A van belonging to the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence was parked in front of the university. The nurse said she had to resume at work for any emergency.
At secretariat junction, several police vans were stationed, with security men conducting search on motorists and people passing by.
At ward 8 unit 009 on Oja Oba road, voters were seen checking for their names on the lists with INEC staff already at their duty post.
At Igbehin market, commercial activities were going on around 7.21am as food vendors attended to customers.
At Ijigbo junction, several vans belonging to the Nigerian Army were seen patrolling the area as voters formed queue s for accreditation.
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