The opposition said it was unjustifiable for the APC-led government to blame the hike on pump price of diesel and the unavailability of spare parts.
Mr Kwankwaso said that accepting to run as Mr Obi’s vice presidential candidate will collapse the NNPP that he’s “built in the last 30 years.”
The chairman said all necessary arrangements had been completed for a hitch-free poll, vowing to soon deploy a readiness-assessment team to Osun.
The immediate past commissioner for environment in the incumbent administration, Mr Edeoga had earlier lost the PDP guber ticket before moving to the Labour Party.
The politician said Nigeria needs a “technocrat and experienced politician” as president.
The electoral chief noted that the poor turnout may be attributed to the suspension of telecommunication networks in 17 of the 34 LGAs of the state.
Mr Oyetola promised the Peoples Democratic Party a ‘shocking’ defeat that would take them 30 years to recover from.
PDP charged the senator to “ensure that our party’s caucus in the National Assembly remains united and focused for the task ahead.”
“While I celebrate you, I want to advise you that your time is not now. You have to wait for your time,” Mr Melaye said in a video Friday.
Mr Okoye assured that the election would be free, fair and transparent.