Sunday, 6 December 2015

INEC Declares Yahaya Bello winner of Kogi supplementary election


The Independent National Electoral Commission has declared the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Yahaya Bello, the winner of the Kogi State governorship election.
Bello emerged the winner after election on Saturday in 91 Polling Units where supplementary election was held.

Declaring the results of the election, the Returning Officer, Prof. Emmanuel Kucha, said the APC’s candidate polled 247,752 to defeat the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party and incumbent, Captain Idris Wada, with 204,877 votes.
Collation of the supplementary election results started late Saturday night, with the official of the electoral body giving a breakdown of results from the earlier election held on November 21.
After that election, the electoral body declared the election inconclusive and fixed a supplementary election for December 5.
Bello emerged the replacement of Prince Abubakar Audu as the candidate of the APC after his death on November 22.
Based on the outcome of the supplementary election of December 5, Bello scored 6,885 votes, while Wada 5,363.
The final results:
A 206
AA 120
ACD 480
AD 168
ADC 707
APA 1995
APC 247,752
APGA 1040
CPP 608
DPC 465
DPP469
ID 17
KOWA 136
HP 8761
NCP 531
NNPP 290
PPC 895
PDP 204,877
PPA 3,048
PPN 239
SDP 90
UDP 107.

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