Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC says about one million five hundred thousand registered voters who have so far collected their Permanent Voter Cards will decide the next governor of Osun State during the state governorship election holding tomorrow Saturday.
Nigeria Police Force has announced restriction on movement on the election the day.
The Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of Osun election, DIG JOHNSON KOKUMO, announced the restriction of movement from 12 midnight on Saturday to 6pm the same day.
KOKUMO spoke on Thursday at an interactive session organized by the police for security agencies, non-governmental organizations, media and accredited election observer groups ahead of the governorship election.
He also said that persons accredited by the INEC and given Osun Governorship Election tags would be free to move during the poll and urged all stakeholders to expose those trading vote wherever they observe it.
Meanwhile, the leading contestants in the election are Governor ADEGBOYEGA OYETOLA of the All Progressives Congress; ADEMOLA ADELEKE of the Peoples Democratic Party; LASUN YUSUFF of Labor Party; AKIN OGUNBIYI of Accord Party; and GOKE OMIGBODUN of Social Democratic Party, among others.