The governorship candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party in Ogun State, Olufemi Ajadi, has vowed to sue the Independent National Electoral Commission for omitting the party’s name on the ballot papers for the governorship election in the state.

Ajadi, who spoke shortly after he cast his votes at Ofada in the Obafemi-Owode Local Government Area of the state, expressed concern that only the party’s logo was on the ballot paper while its name was missing.

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He also alleged vote buying and harassment during the election across the state.

Ajadi said, “We can’t see security everywhere. In my polling unit, the APC gathered thugs to attack me. I’m so disappointed. They were dragging guns with my security.

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“This is not an election. On the ballot paper, I can’t see my party, the NNPP. We wrote to INEC to make an amendment after the initial election.

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 “Today, we can’t find our party name on the ballot paper (but) only the logo. It’s so disappointing.

 “For now, by the grace of God we are going to court to challenge INEC on why our party’s name was omitted on the ballot paper.”

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