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BREAKING: Wike In Clear Lead, As INEC Announces Rivers State Governorship Results. Full Details ..

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has recommenced the collation of the March 9, results of the Rivers State Governorship election.

Recall, that INEC had following irregularities that marred the election in the oil rich State, suspended the collation and announcement of the Governorship poll results.

The Commission later announced that it will resume the process of completing the collation, from Tuesday (today), April 2.

The National Commissioner Supervising Bayelsa, Edo, and Rivers States, Mrs. May Agbamuche-Mbu, who announced the resumption of the Governorship results collation, promised that the process will be fair, credible, and acceptable by all Stakeholders.

“In view of that incident on the March 10, collation, the Commission set up a five-man Fact-Finding Committee, to verify the nature and obstructive activities that generally attended the election at the Collation Centre.

“I wish to assure you of our commitment to free and credible process, in completing this collation”, she said.

As at the time of filing in this report, the results of elections in some Local Government Areas had been collated, with the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, leading in them.

They are:

Ikwerre LGA:

AAC – 5,660

PDP – 14,138

Port Harcourt LGA:

AAC – 11,886

PDP – 40,197

Andoni LGA:

AAC – 5,335

PDP – 92,056

Opobo-Nkoro LGA:

AAC – 3,888

PDP – 6,314

Bonny LGA:

AAC – 3,046

PDP – 10,551

Eleme Local Government:

PDP – 9,560

AAC – 2,748

Oyigbo Local Government:

AAC – 32,026

PDP – 8,652

More later…


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