INEC announcs Adamawa Governorship Election inconclusive

INEC announcs Adamawa Governorship Election inconclusive
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INEC has pronounced the governorship election race in Adamawa State to be inconclusive.

INEC announcs Adamawa Governorship Election inconclusive

According to Professor Muhammed Mele, the Adamawa state INEC Collation Officer, who announced the total results of the governorship election for all of the participating parties, the margin of victory between the top two parties was smaller than the quantity of PVCs collected in areas where the election did not take place.

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In the midst of a raucous crowd of PDP agents and supporters who objected to the declaration, Muhammed Mele made the final announcement at the conclusion of collation around 7.30 pm on Monday. He stated that a repeat election would be held in the affected areas.

After receiving a total of 421,524 votes, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governor Ahmadu Fintiri was expected to win the election.
Senator Aishatu Binani of the APC, who was his closest rival, received 390,275 votes, as opposed to this.

These were the votes for the various parties that were announced by the collation officer: AA 641, ADC 2,986, ADP 2,134, APC 390,275, APGA 876, APM 602, ADP 284, LP 2,729, NNPP 4,847, NRM 1,237, PDP 421,524; PRP 1,185, SDP 6,865, YPP 1,425 and ZLP 199.

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