The Resident Electoral Commissioner in Osun State, Olusegun Agbaje, has said that he would leave from his activity if the Supreme Court finds the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, blameworthy in the lead of the as of late closed governorship race in the state.
The REC made this known in Osogbo on Wednesday amid the introduction of Certificate of Return to the Osun State representative choose, Gboyega Oyetola, of the All Progressives Congress.
Oyetola and the Deputy Governor-choose, Benedict Alabi were given the Certificate of Return by the National Electoral Commissioner speaking to Oyo, Osun and Ekiti States, Solomon Soyebi, at the INEC office in Osogbo.
Agbaje called attention to that the individuals who were disappointed with the result of the decision had the privilege to look for review at race appeal to council where their case would be inspected by the board.
Agbaje said he and other INEC authorities were exceptionally impartial and that they didn’t successfully give any of the contenders undue preferred standpoint over others.
He stated, “In any case, I need to console the great individuals of Osun State, especially our illustrious dads and religious pioneers, that I was to a great degree impartial all through the time of the race. I can emphatically pressure that my staff additionally did.
“In any case, if, toward the finish of suit at the Supreme Court of Nigeria, the Commission is discovered punishable of not releasing its obligation steadfastly and industriously, I will assume full liability for any such laxity, freely apologize to all Nigerians and from there on leave my meeting with the commission.”