INEC declares Osun election inconclusive, gives reason

INEC declares Osun election inconclusive, gives reason

The Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC) on Sunday announced the final results of the September 22 governorship election, in which the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP led with a total votes of 254, 698.

The All Progressives Congress, APC, however polled a total of 254,345 to come second in the keenly contested exercise.

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The returning officer for the governorship election, Prof. Joseph Adeola, who announced the results reeled out the total number of valid votes to be 767,955 and rejected votes to be 47,843.

Adeola added that the margin between the PDP and APC which is 353, and the total cancelled ballots totalling 3348 will not make any party a winner of the contest, in line with electoral act.

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He, therefore, declared the election inconclusive, as he said the exact date for rerun will be announced soonest.

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