Abstract: The study examined vote buying campaigns and it’s impact on voters in Nigeria with a particular references to Ekiti and Osun States Gubernatorial Election. The study was anchored on Social Responsibility Theory and Agenda Setting Theory. The study adopted a survey research method while questionnaire was equally used to collect responses from the respondents. The data were analyzed in frequency and percentage with the aid of SPSS version 23 and present using tables. The study finds out that poverty was one of the major factors responsible to vote buying among respondents. Another factor responsible for vote buying was the desire to win elections through cook and hook. The study recommended that electorates in Nigeria should be extensive educated on the need to stop vote buying.