​Bauchi South Bye-election: Official Results As Declared By INEC

Collation of results has started at the headquarters of INEC in Bauchi South senatorial district.

On Saturday, residents of Bauchi South Senatorial District filed out in their thousands to vote for their preferred candidates in a bye-election organised by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

The election was held to fill the vacancy created by the death of the last occupant, Ali Wakili.

The local government areas where election took place are Bauchi, Toro, Dass, Tafawa-Balewa, Bogoro, Alkaleri and Kirfi.

BELOW ARE THE RESULTS FROM INEC:

Das local government result as presented by the Collation officer.

ADC 132

APC 7,432

APP 857

DA 52

GPN 2117

KP 28

MMN 25

NPP 106

SDP 1009

PDP 4028

Toro Local Government Result Announced by Professor Aliyu Muhammed.

ADC 471

APC 30,658

APP 472

DA 77

GPN 5,624

KP 53

MMN 100

MPN 69

NNPP 8075

PDC 277

PDP 8420

SDP 353

Total Valid votes 54,649

Rejected Votes 2731

Total votes cast 57,380

There were cases of ballot box snatching which led to cancellation of votes in 13 units.

PDP wins in Speaker Dogara’s local government.

Number of Reg voters : 45599

Accredited: voters 16970

ADC – 60

APC -3992

APP – 1557

DA – 24

GPN – 817

KP – 21

MMN -32

MPN – 39

NNPP – 1924

PDC – 152

PDP – 6,646

SDP – 612

Total Valid Votes 15872

Rejected Votes- 718

Total votes 16592

Results were cancelled in 17 units due to over voting (10, 727 votes cancelled)

APC wins in Kirfi Local Government.

Kirfi Local Government Result as presented by Prof Elijah Onezegah

Total Reg.voters: 64,653

ADD – 80

APC -11,051

APP 1039

DA 18

GPN 339

KP 12

MMN 29

MPN 15

NNPP 814

PDC 47

PDP 3336

SDP 263

Total Valid votes : 17043

Rejected Votes: 774

Total Valid votes: 17,817

Total votes cancelled due to violence and poor voter education is 2,507

Results of four local governments have now been announced (Dass – APC; Toro – APC; Bogoro – PDP; Kirfi – APC).

The results of the remaining three local governments are now being awaited.

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