Result of Aso villa:
Unbelievable, even the seat of power units, PDP Presidential candidate , President Johnathan loses to the All Progressives Congress presidential candidate, General Mohammadu Buhari as he polled a total of 595 votes to General Buhari’s 613 votes.
Also, the All Progressives Congress Senatorial and House of Representatives candidates won the elections in the Villa.
While the APC candidate for the senatorial election polled a total of 597 votes, the PDP candidate won 567 votes from the two polling units in the Villa.
The APC candidate for the House of Representatives also polled 589 votes to defeat the PDP candidate who got 495 votes.
A total of 1,345 voters were accredited in the two polling units.
The announcement of the final result was greeted with a wide jubilation from the APC supporters.
President Jonathan won the election at the two polling units in 2011.
In Obasanjo wards:
At Ward 11, Polling Unit 2, Olusomi’s compound in Sokori, Abeokuta, where former President Olusegun Obasanjo cast his vote, APC won with a wide margin.
Also, at Ajura ward 4 in Obafemi-Owode where Ogun State governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun cast his vote, APC won with a wide margin.
Meanwhile, some senatorial and House of Representatives candidates in the state were among those disenfranchised following their inability to obtain Permanent Voter Cards.
They include the APC senatorial candidate for Ogun Central, Lanre Tejuoso, APC House of Representatives candidate, Mikhail Kazeem and former Special Assistant to erstwhile President Obasanjo on Women Affairs, Chief (Mrs) Titilayo Ajanaku.
Reports from many parts of Ogun indicated that the APC was leading in almost all the voting units across the state. The race was, however, neck on neck between APC and PDP in Ijebu area of the state.
Infact am speechless, all the people of Daura the hometown of General Mohammad Buhari massively voted for him. Meanwhile, APC won PDP 499 to 0 votes in Buhari’s polling unit in Sakin Yara “A”, Kofar Baru 3 in Daura LGA of Katsina state. Out of 501 votes cast in the presidential polls, APC got 499, PDP had no vote, while 3 votes were voided.
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