The former Governor of Lagos state, Babatunde Raji Fashola, finally cast his vote in Surulere after much delay by INEC
The presidential and National Assembly elections have begun across the country.
In Surulere, Lagos, the Minister for Power and Steel, Hon. Babatunde Raji Fashola, and his wife, Abimbola Fashola, arrived Lagos primary school, their polling unit, as early as 9 am to exercise their civic rights.
The former Lagos State Governor and his wife cast their votes around 10.30 am after hours spent on a long queue. Fashola, after voting, commended INEC for the exercise.
Honourable Desmond Olushola Elliot, a member of Lagos State House of Assembly, voted at Gbaja Primary School, his polling booth, also in Surulere. The thespian turned politician cast his vote after a tedious and slow process by INEC.