The All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate in Lagos state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu is one of the early voters in Saturday’s gubernatorial election.

Sanwo-Olu voted few minutes before 11am in Ikoyi.

After casting his vote, the candidate said the low turnout being experienced currently should not be seen as a distraction, as it is too early to call.

“In my view, from what I saw here, I think its commendable, but we still expect more from INEC.” He said concerning card reader issues.

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“I believe people will still come out to vote, some would have breakfast before heading out of their homes, so we need to be patient a bit and see how things turn out. It’s too early to say it was a poor turnout until the next three hours or more.” He added.

Sanwo-Olu is seen a favourite to replace incumbent Akinwunmi Ambode despite opposition from PDP’s Jimi Agbaje.

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