Ekiti election: 105-year-old voter set agenda for winner

June 18, 2022

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A woman, who is said to be 105 years old, Felicia Fayomi, has cast her vote in the ongoing Ekiti State Governorship Election.

Fayomi, said to be one of the oldest voters, exercised her right at Ward 2 Unit 6 in Ifaki-Ekiti.

She asked whoever emerged as the winner to ensure peace, economic prosperity, fight against poverty and reduce the cost of living.

The woman, who was brought to the unit by one of her granddaughters, danced after casting her vote.

She said she was happy to be alive to exercise her right at the election which recorded a large turnout.

“I am happy today. I wanted to vote and I have just done that,” she added.

Credit: Punch

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