The ruling All Progressives Congress, at Saturday’s supplementary elections, gained three more seats in the Senate, moving its number of seats at the 10th Senate from 57 to 60.
The ruling All Progressives Congress, at Saturday’s supplementary elections, gained three more seats in the Senate, moving its number of seats at the 10th Senate from 57 to 60. The Returning Officer, Prof. Ahmed Baita, on Sunday, said Nazifi polled 49,893 votes to defeat his main rival, Ahmed Habu of the PDP, who scored 46,537 votes. The Returning Officer for the Birnin Kudu Constituency supplementary election, Prof.
Usman Haruna, declared Ibrahim Kabiru of the PDP the winner, having polled 36,050 votes to beat his closest rival and incumbent, Mr Muhammad Surajo of the APC, who polled 34,545 votes.
Ex-Taraba Speaker wins The Returning Officer, Prof. Luka Juma, said Useni polled 25, 929 votes to defeat the candidate of the New Nigerian People’s Party and current occupant of the seat, Riman Shawulu, who garnered 25, 350 votes.
Similarly, the Labour Party candidate for the Ogbaru Federal Constituency in Anambra State, Afam Ogene, defeated the incumbent and third-term member of the House of Representatives, Chukwuma Onyema, in the Saturday election. headtopics.com
APC wins in Kaduna, Katsina The Returning Officer, Prof. Umaru Musa, said Dangana polled 13, 883 votes to defeat his closest rival, Mrs Comfort Amwe of the PDP, who scored 13, 275 votes.