Candidate Eyitayo Jegede, of the Peoples Democratic Party in the Ondo governorship poll won in Igbogin/Isikan Ward 2, unit 9, where he voted.
He balloted 220 votes against 60 recorded by the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Rotimi Akeredolu while the candidate of the Zenith Labour Party, Agboola Ajayi, got seven votes.
Jegede had blamed the Independent National Electoral Commission of “creating a problem”.
Although, He said despite the hitches, he would win.
Before he eventually voted, Smart Card Reader could not read his card and he was told to step aside for other voters to cast their vote.
The same Smart Card Reader could not also read PVC of Eno, Jegede’s wife but his daughter voted without any difficulty.
After 10 minutes, Jegede and his wife voted about 11:10 am, after the machine was rectified.
He said, “INEC is creating a problem. Their machine stopped working when it was my turn to vote. I had to protest and they said the machine was rectified. But despite all these hitches, there has not been major disruption. But I don’t know what is happening in remote areas.
“The turnout has been massive, voters conducted themselves well. I am aware that there is pocket of violence in Ijomu area.
“I also heard of an incident of vote-buying.”