Nigerians are looking forward to the days that elections will hold without violence or disruptions. 

Another opportunity came again on Saturday for this to happen, but all is not peaceful again. 

Ekiti State governorship election largely adjudged peaceful in the beginning of the process is getting dented with cases of untoward acts. 

The Vice Chancellor of the Ekiti State University, Professor Samuel Bandele, is in police net. 

He was arrested on Saturday for allegedly disrupting election process at a polling unit in the South-West state. 

Bounce News gathered that Professor Bandele was accused of organising thugs to disrupt election in Ilejemeje Local Council. 

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The Vice Chancellor is a member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). 

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Counting of ballot votes at polling Unit 10

It is the second report of disruption of electoral process that has occurred in Ekiti since the election started. 

Earlier, Senator Dino Melaye of Ekiti State shared a video of an incident that we can now confirm occurred in Ekiti State.

The video showed a scene at a polling unit that was rowdy, with ballot papers scattered everywhere while some persons were mentioning the name of the individual that had a hand in the act. 

The Senator had questioned where the 30,000 police officials deployed to Ekiti State for the governorship election were at the time of the incident that Bounce News can now confirm occurred at Polling Unit 10 that is opposite Old State Police Command.

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Voting has ended and counting of ballot papers has started in different polling units. 

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Voters waiting for ballot counting

After casting their votes some voters are at polling units waiting patiently for the results to be announced. 

The police have not issued a statement on the arrest of the Vice Chancellor. 

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