Tinubu cast his vote amid heavy security
Sen. Bola Tinubu voted in the Governorship/National Assembly elections on Saturday at 9.35 a.m. at Unit 085, Ward 03, Alausa, Ikeja, amid tight security.
Tinubu was accompanied by his wife, Oluremi, and Chief Folashade Ojo, the Lagos Market leader.
Mr Dele Alake, his Media Spokesman, told journalists after the election that the president-elect would not be available for interviews until later in the evening.
In contrast to the previous situation, the barriers were used to divide the unit into sections and designate areas for voters, journalists, and security personnel.
During the Presidential and National Assembly elections on Feb. 25, hundreds of journalists and party supporters struggled to capture Tinubu’s arrival and voting.
INEC officials were early and had completely set up before 8 a.m.
At exactly 8.30 a.m, Miss Adebola Adeniyi, the Assistant Presiding Officer III, made announcement, showed empty ballot boxes and the BVAS Machine and read out the election guidelines.
She said 324 voters registered in the unit.
A combined team of Police, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, DSS, FRSC and Nigeria Immigration Service were on ground.
The heads of the various security organisations, including the commissioner of police inspected and patrolled the area before the arrival and departure of the president-elect.