INEC declares Senator Ademola Adeleke winner of Osun governorship election

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Senator Ademola Adeleke, gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party has won the Osun State governorship election.

Adeleke won 17 of the 30 Local Government Areas (LGAs) in the governorship election held in the State of Osun, yesterday, while Incumbent governor, Adegboyega Oyetola of the All Progressives Congress (APC), won in the remaining 13 LGAs.

According to the declaration of INEC’s chief returning officer, Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, while Adeleke garnered 403,371 votes in the overall results from LGAs, Oyetola who ran on the platform of the APC polled 375, 027 votes. Lasun Yusuf of the Labour Party, LP polled 2,729.

  • Professor Oluwatoyin Ogundipe who is the Vice Chancellor, University of Lagos, pronounced Adeleke winner having scored lawfully available votes in the election.
  • Announcing the result, Ogundipe stated, “I Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, hereby affirmed that I am the returning officer for the governorship election held on Saturday, July 16 and the candidate polled the following votes: Isiaka Gboyega Oyetola, APC, 375,027; Ademola Adeleke, 403,371.
  • “I declare that Ademola Adeleke Jackson Nurudeen, having satisfied the requirements of the law is hereby declared the winner and is returned elected”.
  • What you should know

    • Even though 15 candidates contested in the governorship election, the position was keenly contested by APC’s Oyetola and PDP’s Adeleke.
    • Adeleke emerged victorious in LGAs including Ede South, Ifelodun, Boluwaduro, Egbedore, Odo Otin, Osogbo, Ila, Atakumosa West, Olorunda, Ilesa West, Obokun, Oriade, Orolu, Ife North, Irepodun and Ejigbo.
    • The incumbent, Oyetola won in Boripe, Ilesa East, Ayedire, Ifedayo, Ife Central, Ayedaade, Iwo, Olaoluwa, Isokan, Atakumosa East, Ife South, Ife Central and Ife East.



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