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Taraba, Enugu, Abia Governors win PDP senatorial tickets
Justin Tyopuusu, Ogbonnaya Ikokwu , Hindi Livinus, Peter Dada, Daniels Igoni, Dele Ogunyemi, Warri, Israel Bulus, Gbenga Odogun, Daniels Igoni, Daud Olatunji, Bola Bamigbola and Raphael Ede
25 May 2022
Taraba State Governor, Darius Ishaku, on Monday night arose as the Peoples Democratic Party’s senatorial contender for Taraba South.
This is similarly as his Deputy, Haruna Manu, secured the ticket for Taraba Central.
Ishaku, who was the party’s only possibility for the senatorial region got 154 out of a sum of 158 votes cast, while four were invalid.
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In Taraba Central, Manu surveyed 143 votes to overcome two other contestants.Deputy Senate Minority Leader, Senator Shuaibu Lau, surveyed 92 votes against David Ishaya who got 90 votes to win the ticket for Taraba North.
Talking on the result of the political race, Ishaku complimented the serene lead of the primaries and noticed that with what has occurred, the party had arisen more grounded from the activity and would proceed with its predominance in the state.
Likewise, Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, was chosen unopposed as the PDP senatorial possibility for Abia South.Declaring the consequence of the essential political race at the Enyimba International Stadium Aba, the Returning Officer, Chief Ndidi Okereke, said Ikpeazu surveyed I98 votes.
He added that the lead representative was the sole applicant for the political decision.
Additionally, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has won the PDP ticket for Enugu North Senatorial District.
Ugwuanyi was proclaimed the victor of the essential political race hung on Tuesday at the Nsukka Stadium in Nsukka Local Government Area of the state.
Declaring the outcomes, the returning official, Yandev Ammabai, said Ugwuanyi surveyed 299 votes to overcome his nearest rival, Eze Godwin, who scored 16 votes while Godsmack Ugwu and Okanye Celestine recorded zero.
As of the hour of filling this report, aftereffects of the Enugu East and Enugu West were at this point to be declared.
The House of Representatives’ Deputy Minority Whip, Adesegun Adekoya a.k.a Attacker, lost his bid in the challenge for the party’s ticket for the government constituency.Adekoya, who addresses Ijebu North/Ijebu East/Ogun Waterside Federal Constituency, was crushed by Kehinde Bello.
In the authority aftereffects of the essential political decision seen by our journalist, Bello surveyed 58 votes to overcome four different hopefuls in the challenge.
The official addressing Osun East in the Senate, Francis Fadahunsi, on Tuesday won the PDP ticket.
Fadahunsi crushed a previous individual from the House of Representatives,Mr Gbenga Onigbogi.
For Osun Central Senatorial District, Mr. Olubiyi Fadeyi crushed previous director of Olorunda Local Government Area, Mr. Ganiyu Olaoluwa, to pick the party’s ticket.
Likewise, the Speaker of the Adamawa State House of Assembly, Aminu Iya-Abbas, won the senatorial ticket of the PDP for Adamawa Central.
Iya-Abbas, who addresses Uba-Gaya Constituency in the state House of Assembly, crushed Auwal Tukur, child of previous National Chairman of the PDP, Bamanga Tukur, and five different applicants.
Aftereffect of the essential pronounced in Yola on Monday saw him surveying 125 votes against Tukur’s 54 votes and Ibrahim Baba’s 32 votes.Result for the Adamawa Southern Senatorial zone saw the arrival of the ongoing Senator addressing the zone, Sen. Binos Yaroe.
He surveyed 232 votes to overcome his nearest rival, Peter Fwa, who got 55 votes.
Fire up Amos Yohana won the ticket for Adamawa North with 123 votes to overcome three different applicants, specifically Zira Maigadi who got 28 votes, Ali Wampana who had 18 votes, and Philip Alango who got two votes.
In Bayelsa State, the part addressing Sagbama/Ekeremor Federal Constituency at the Federal House of Representatives, Fred Agbedi, won the PDP’s ticket for the House of Representatives political race.
At the Ogbia Federal Constituency, a previous executive of the Ogbia Local Government Area, Ebinyu Turner, won the PDP ticket overcoming the occupant part addressing the bureaucratic supporters, Fred Obua, and a previous Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Daniel Iworiso-Markson, as well as the legislator addressing Ogbia 3 in the state House of Assembly, Mitema Obordor.
Likewise, the part addressing Yenagoa Constituency One in the state House of Assembly, Oforji Oboku, secured the party’s ticket for the Yenagoa/Kolokuma Federal Constituency.At the Southern Ijaw Federal Constituency, Rodney Ambaiowei picked the pass to strive for the seat in the following year’s National Assembly surveys.
A previous Commissioner for Transportation in the state, Marie Ebikake, likewise won the party’s ticket for the Nembe-Brass Federal Constituency.
In Delta State, Erhiatake Ibori-Suenu, a girl of a previous legislative head of the state, Chief James Ibori, on Tuesday surveyed 46 votes against her opponent, Ben Igbakpa, who scored just 22 votes in the PDP run-off primaries political decision for the Ethiope Federal Constituency of Delta.
Ibori-Suenu and Igbakpa, had prior tied by scoring 34 votes every when the essential was at first directed.
In one more run-off political decision held at the Sapele Township Stadium for the Okpe/Sapele/Uvwie Federal Constituency, a previous Commissioner for Water Resources, Evelyn Oboro, surveyed 45 votes against her rival, Chief Napoleon Gbinije, who scored 36 votes.
The pair had at first scored 25 votes every, when the essential was first directed.
A previous part addressing Zango-Kataf/Jaba Federal Constituency, Sunday Katung, on Tuesday picked the PDP’s ticket for Southern Kaduna Senatorial District.The occupant part addressing Kaba/Bunu/Ijumu Federal electorate, T. J Yusuf, crushed Senator Dino Melaye to secure the senatorial ticket for Kogi West.
A previous investor, Dr Victor Adoji, secured that of Kogi East.
The Senator addressing Bayelsa West, Seriake Dickson, picked the ticket for his re-appointment.
In Ogun State, Ajibola Kalejaye won the pass to challenge Ogun East Senatorial District seat.
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