By Funmi Adekoya
As residents of Osun State await the result of the State Assembly Election, candidates in the election have been urged to accept the outcome.
Speaking with Radio Nigeria while expressing his view on the Election, member House of Representatives- Elect, Mr Bamidele Salam made the call.
Mr Bamidele Salam who observed that, the election was peaceful, commended INEC officials for comporting themselves as well as security agencies for doing their job well.
He, however, lamented low voter turnout, which he noted was as a result of the state not having governorship election unlike other states.
In a separate interview, former Speaker Osun State House of Assembly, Mr Najeem Salam who commended the Electoral body for peaceful conduct of the election urged the candidates not to see politics as a do or die affair.
However, at Ward 10 and Ward 6 in Olaoluwa local government many voters complained of being disenfranchised due to faulty BVAS.
One of the INEC Adhoc staff, who confirmed the situation said they were still waiting for another BVAS as at the time voting ended.
Places visited by Radio Nigeria crew included Ede North, Ede South, Egbedore, Ejigbo, Iwo and Ola-Oluwa local government areas, while in Osun West Senatorial District recorded a peaceful electoral process.