Soldiers and other security agents took over all major roads leading to Ikorodu on Saturday, thus disrupting the governorship and House of Assembly elections in the process.
There were at least three check points from Mile 12 to Ogolonto and other areas in the axis.
The soldiers and police officers at Ikorodu round-about delayed The Nation reporters and subjected them to serious searching before allowing them to go. Accreditation started at Ojogbe and other areas of the town around 8.30am.
Findings revealed that many of the voters may not be able to vote as majority of them registered at Ketu, Alapere, Ojota and other areas of the state.
Party supporters are using public address system to canvass eligible voters to come and vote.
Several people that queued up for accreditation were arrested by naval officers.