Ekiti - Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State has urged candidates contesting in the governorship election in the state to exhibit decorum and orderly conduct during campaigns.
Fayemi made the call on Sunday in a broadcast on the state-owned broadcasting outfit.
The governor also appealed to all the candidates and political parties not to promote violence in the state.
"It is my wish that all candidates and their parties will let Ekiti State become Nigeria's model of a political market place of ideas where the buyers and sellers meet unmolested,’’ he said.
He further called on residents to be vigilant and security conscious while shunning any act capable of promoting violence.
The governor, who later addressed a crowd at his Isan-Ekiti community, said the election was not a do-or-die affair.
He, however, solicited their support in his re-election bid in the poll which the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had fixed for June 21.
Fayemi said the APC needed to win again to enable him continue with the transformation agenda for the state.
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