Report of survey on Independent Voters in Ekiti state. 2018
An independent survey conducted throughout 177 wards in Ekiti state was published on January 9th, 2018 in Ado Ekiti by Digital concept International, a non profit organization in partnership with international coalition for good governance in African.
The drafted questionnaire in the survey conducted was primarily based on eligible likely voters in all the 16 local government areas of the state.
Eligible voters, were randomly selected on a ratio of 2:3 eligible voters (women to men, youths inclusive.
The report also affirmed the popular notion; of more people democratic party members than any other political party in the state.
The intriguing fact in the report was that over 87% equivocally agreed that they will never vote for the deputy Governor based on array of reasons.
Inexperience, corruption and godfatherism been the major factors for his un-acceptability
A large percentage of women voters noted that, Eleka, can come back to contest in 2034.
We await the full publication of the survey report by next week.
Therefore, opinion poll is not something to shovel aside, Eleka and his godfather need to re- strategize.
All indicators points in the direction of the survey reports……
Professor Olusola Eleka, the only anointed candidate of Governor Ayo Fayose cannot be Governor of Ekiti state now but he can have another shot at the exalted office come 2034.
Year 2034, Prof Eleka can come out again to contest and he will have the overall blessing of Ekiti people at that time.
The deputy Governor does not at the moment possess the experience required to govern a state like Ekiti state.
A godfather, has no place in Ekiti politics, Ekiti people are so vast, and they will never serve two masters at a time as the survey has indicated.
Ekiti people have spoken loud and clear, that the scheming of deputy by Fayose will never work.
Prof Eleka can be governor in 2034 not 2018.
Source: Digital Concept international.
A non profit organization in partnership with international coalition for good governance in African.