6:37P.M. Ovia Northeast: Obarenren Unit four – APC 70, PDP 46
Unit three – APC 74, PDP, 50
Unit Six – APC 69, PDP 42
Unit two Aihuababekun – APC 153, PDP 57
Obazuwa – APC 80, PDP 47
Odighi unit 11 – APC 107, PDP 11
Unit 12 Odighi – APC 151, PDP 24
Okuen – APC 28 PDP 9
Odigueten – APC 137, PDP 60
3:40P.M. At Oghara Primary School, Auchi, four persons sustained injuries as hoodlums attempted to snatch ballot box. Police arrest three including a woman.
3:19P.M. Learn to be good winners and good Losers. Be peaceful no matter the outcome of the polls, Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) tells electorates at Ward 11, Unit 12 in Jattu. – DIG Habila Joshak
3:01P.M. In the entire Edo South, no incident of violence, no ballot box snatching, says Commissioner of Police (CP) in charge of Federal Operations,David Folawiyo
1:08A.M. Voting largely concluded in most Pulling Centres in the state even as officials continue to wait until 2pm to commence collation of results at the units.
12:50P.M. At ward 11, units 17 to 21, no more queue of voters. At Unit 21: 710 voters were registered, out of which 204 voted. The last voter cast his vote at about 12:50pm. Officials still waiting for others voters.
10:45A.M. National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, John Oyegun accredited for voting. Oyegun hailed the peaceful process.
9:30A.M. Oredo Ward two, Unit two – accreditation and voting commenced. The number of registered voters as at the time of filing this report is 854. A total of 27 persons
However, as at 9:57A.M. total of 27 persons has voted. The card reader accepted all voters’ cards presented, but some fingerprints were not approved.
8:30A.M. EC30A and EC30C situated at Staff Training Centre, accreditation and voting commenced at the ongoing Edo election as residents decide next governor for the state.
8:26A.M., 962 registered voters. 42 voted by 10am. Three card incidents/fingerprint authentication failures, incident forms issued. No challenges so far