Mr. Mimiko led his closest rival, Olusola Oke of the PDP, with over 100 thousand votes.
The newly elected Governor of Ondo State is Olusegun Mimiko of the Labour Party, LP.
At the end of the collation at the Akure State Headquarters of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Mr. Mimiko got 260, 199 votes. He was followed by the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Part, PDP, Olusola Oke, who had 155,961 votes. Rotimi Akeredolu of the Action Congress of Nigeria got 143,512 votes.
According to the INEC Resident Electoral Commissioner for Ondo, Akin Orebiyi,the total number of registered voters in the State is 1,638,950; and the number of accredited voters is 645,597.
A total of 30,415 votes were declared invalid while the valid votes are 594,244.
Based on the results, Mr. Mimiko will now be sworn in for a second term in office.
Also find the tabulated result below.
Name State of Origin Assignment Remark
C. E. Onukaogu Abia Enugu Professor
Tukur Sa'ad Adamawa Bauchi Professor
Ahmad Makama Bauchi Taraba Mike Igini Delta Edo Selina Omagha Oko Ebonyi Abia Edwin Offor Nwatarali Enugu Anambra Jibrin Ibrahim Zarewa Kano Kebbi Hussaini Ahmed Mahuta Katsina Kaduna Abubakar Umar Garba Wara Kebbi Zamfara Emmanuel Onucheyo Kogi Kwara Rufus O. Akeju Lagos Oyo Abdullahi Umar Danyaya Niger Nasarawa Timothy A. Ibitoye Osun Ogun A. L. Ogunmola Oyo Osun Barito Lenusikpugi Kphagih Rivers Bayelsa Haliru A. Tambawel Sokoto Jigawa Kassim Gana Geidam Yobe Gombe Ibrahim Bagobiri Marafa Zamfara Katsina Aniedi Ikoiwak Akwa-Ibom Delta Habu Zarma Gombe Yobe Akin Orebiyi Ogun Lagos Hussaini Halilu Pai FCT Kogi Kwanga Godwin Mbatsavbee Benue Plateau Sylvester Okey Ezeani Anambra Cross-River Minkaila Abdulahi Jigawa Kano Lawrence Azubuike Imo Ebonyi Sam Olgbadebo Olumekun Ondo Ekiti Istifanus Ishaku Defwang Plateau Benue Gesila Khan Bayelsa Rivers Samuel Madaki Taraba Borno Gabriel Ada Cross-River Imo Jacob Shekwonudu Jatau Nasarawa FCT Baba Abba Yusuf Borno Adamawa Segun Agbaje Ekiti Ondo Nasir Ayilara Kwara Niger Austine okojie Edo Akwa-Ibom Sadiq Abubakar Musa Kaduna Sokoto