A ballot box filled with ballot is pictured before being counted by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) at a polling station in Yenagoa in Bayelsa State ~ PIUS UTOMI EKPEI
Lagos - Nollywood star, Desmond Elliot, of the All Progressives Congress (APC) on Sunday polled 23 141 votes at the Surulere state constituency l to emerge winner.
Bayo Smith of the People’s Democratic Party(PDP) came second with 12 546 votes.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Returning Officer, Dr Mariam Quadri, made the declaration at Surulere Collation Centre.
For Surulere Constituency ll, the Returning Officer, Quadri, declared Mosunmola Sangodara-Rotimi of PDP winner with 33 583 votes closely trailed by Abiodun Awobotu of APC with 32 767
Folajimi Mohammed, the APC candidate, who is son of Lai Mohammed, the APC’s spokesman, was also declared the winner of Ikeja Constituency l House of Assembly election of April 11.
Mohammed scored a total vote of 13 603 votes while the PDP candidate, Obhafuoso Robert got 10 537 votes
The INEC also declared Adedamola Kasunmu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate the winner of Ikeja Constituency ll House of Assembly election of April 11.
Wasiu Sanni and Giwa Shakirudeeen of APC also won the two seats in Lagos Island constituency.
Also, Adekanye Oladele, the APC state House of Assembly candidate for Lagos Mainland I was on Sunday declared the winner of the constituency election held on Saturday.
Oladele polled 18 000 votes to defeat his major challenger, Ishola Jelili Balogun of PDP who scored 16 641.
Moshood Olarenwaju Oshun, the APC state House of Assembly candidate for Lagos Mainland II, in early hours of Sunday, was also declared the winner of the state constituency election held on Saturday.
INEC on Sunday also declared that the APC won the two constituency seats in the Mushin House of Assembly election.
INEC announced the APC Candidate, Funmilayo Tejuosho, as the winner of the Mushin House of Assembly Constituency 1.
The commission also declared Olayiwola Olawale of the APC as the winner for the Mushin House of Assembly constituency II.
The People’s Democratic Party (PDP)’s candidates, Dipo Olorunrinu and Hakeem Bello, were on Sunday declared winners of Amuwo Odofin State Assembly Constituency I and II seats.
Also, Mudashiru Obasa of the All Progressives Congress (APC) was declared winner for the Lagos State House of Assembly elections in Agege Constituency 01.
Obasa, who was re-elected, polled 19 979 votes, while Adeyemi Adeseye of the PDP polled 14 489 votes
Similarly, Ishahu Gbolahan and Kazeem Alimi, of APC won the two seats in Eti-Osa constituency.
Declaring the result on Sunday morning, Michael Uchola, Returning Officer, Eti-Osa Constituency 1 and 2 said Alimi scored 17 908 votes to defeat Adeyiwola Oyenusi of the PDP who got 14 307 votes.
Uchola also declared Gbolahan of APC as the winner for Lagos House of Assembly in Eti-Osa Constituency 2 with 9 782 votes to defeat Ibrahim Obanikoro of PDP who scored 9 510
Oluwa Olatunji Fatai of the PDP was on Sunday returned as the winner of the House of Assembly election for Ajeromi-Ifelodun Constituency Two.
The PDP candidates were declared winners in the two state constituencies in Oshodi/Isolo Local Government Area.
In Oshodi/Isolo Constituency 1, the Returning Officer, Tewo Bakare, declared the PDP Candidate, Shokunle Hakeem, as the winner with 17 479 votes.
Bakare said the APC Candidate, Olukayode Ogundipe, came second with 17 125 votes while the NCP Candidate, Olayilawal Ahmed, had 382 votes.
In Oshodi/Isolo Constituency 2, the Returning Officer, Adeyemi Osinowo, announced the PDP Candidate, Emeka Idimogu, as the winner of the seat with 27 423 votes.
“Emeka Idimogu of the PDP having satisfied the requirement of the law and scored the highest number of votes, is hereby declared the winner for Oshodi/Isolo constituency 2,” said Osinowo.
The returning officer said that the APC Candidate, Olayinka Ajomale, came second with 25 727 votes, while Ifeanyi Udeh of APGA came third with 673 votes.
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