Wada was seen casting his vote at his polling unit on Saturday.
Speaking after voting, Wada applauded the INEC and security officials who faulted the attempt by some thugs allegedly sponsored by the All Progressives Congress (APC) to disrupt the election.
He expressed confidence that he will emerge winner if the peace and orderly conduct of the polls is allowed to continue without any form of disruption.
Wada said: “The atmosphere is peaceful but some APC thugs tried to sabotage the process.
“I am happy the voting process has started and I believe I will emerge winner of this election
“If it continues this way I’ll say we would have a peaceful election but it’s too early to decide. It can all change because of those miscreants but I’ve warned the people and security agents to be vigilant.”