The governor, in his reaction to the postponement announced on Saturday eveningby the INEC Chairman, Prof. Atahiru Jega, said Nigerians should not be disturbed by the role of the Federal Government on the controversial shift in the conduct of the polls.
He charged those who have faith in democracy to continue to hold on to their belief, in the country’s quest to enthrone good governance.
The governor also admonished all progressive-minded Nigerians to remain calm and uphold their loyalty to the All Progressives Congress (APC).
He stressed that the Peoples Democratic Party-led Federal Government had become jittery as a result of the popularity and acceptance of APC all over the country, hence its resolve to do everything possible to truncate the electoral process.
Ladoja,who spoke at a political programme on a private television station, Channels, expressed anger at the postponement.
The former governor likened the postponement to a sudden announcement of cancellation to boxers who were already mounting the ring. He expressed confidence that his party would win the election when it is eventually held.
He said: “We are not happy with the postponement. It is like being ready for a boxing bout and suddenly an announcement comes that the bout will no longer hold. We are not happy about it.”