The State governor, Kayode Fayemi, who arrived at the scene, did on-spot assessment and refused to speak with newsmen.
The Ekiti State Commissioner for information and Civic Orientation, Muyiwa Olumilua, confirmed this in a statement.
Since his declaration as the new governor by the Supreme Court, pockets of protests against him has been going on across the state.
The electoral body made the announcement during a press briefing on Thursday at its national headquarters, Abuja.
With the new development, the ruling party now has 18 lawmakers while the PDP has 8.
The outcome of the election has thwarted the long ruling of the PDP in the state since the return to democracy in 1999.
The both parties are projected to retain power in their domain.
The election is scheduled to hold on Saturday.
The airport was closed down in August for repairs of infrastructural decays in its facility.
The airport which is the only international exit route of the South-East region was closed down months ago due to dilapidated infrastructure unbefitting of an international airport.