Two of the opposition parties in Ogun State, APM and ADC, have dismissed the results of the State Governorship Poll.
APM rejects the results, alleging it was manipulated in favour of APC.
On its own, ADC says the Poll was largely influenced by money and abuse of powers.
The party which came second in the results announced by Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), alleges that the electoral process had been hijacked and compromised.
Director General of the APM Governorship Campaign Organization, Alhaji Sarafadeen Ishola, addressing a news conference in Abeokuta, says the results was manipulated in favour of APC.
He explains that the Polls which began peacefully on Saturday, was hijacked by hoodlums and some people in uniform while the results of the polls was being collated on Saturday night.
Ishola says APM immediately petitioned the INEC Resident Electoral Commission on the development, requesting he immediately investigate it, and to stop further collation of the results.
APM, according to him, will seek legal redress to protest what he calls a rape on the collective will of people of the State.
On his own ADC candidate, Prince Gboyega Isiaka, says that vote buying heavily compromised the poll in the State.
He explains that the vote buying prevents the electorate from electing the candidates of their choice in the Poll.
Isiaka also accuses the Independent National Electoral Commission of involving itself in compromising the integrity of the Polls.