APC Chairman, Oyegun, loses own ward

John Odigie Oyegun, APC National Chairman

The All Progressives Congress, APC, lost the polling unit and ward of its National Chairman, John Oyegun, to the Peoples Democratic Party in the Saturday’s presidential election.

Mr. Oyegun’s Ward 2 of the Staff Training School at GRA Benin has two units. At both units APC lost.

At Unit 2, where Mr. Oyegun voted, PDP garnered 88 votes to defeat APC which had 65 votes in presidential election. For the House of Reps, PDP polled 79 votes while APC polled 75.

At Unit 1 of Mr. Oyegun’s ward the PDP polled 95 votes in the presidential election while APC polled 78 votes.

The party also polled 94 votes in the Senatorial election while APC polled 85 votes.

In the House of Representatives, the PDP polled 95 votes while the APC polled 80 votes.


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  • Wähala

    Not even one grain of groundnut in all categories. Ogbeni John Oyegun might consider stepping down for someone else, this is embarrassing albeit, inconsequential. Baba Buhari’s wins up North will compensate for any short-comings in the S/South & S/East and some enclaves in Eko.

    • Bourdillion King

      Dream on!

  • Ogundeji Ogbede Oluwatosin

    really embarassing

  • Wale

    Mr. man; please step down.
    Mission not accomplished, if you can’t get it done, step aside for a younger and more vibrant person who can.
    This chairman no get stool, please take a step. Why should you rely on the north to compensate for your short comings, a little here and there makes whole.

  • MilitaryPolice01

    If you can’t convince your ward to vote your party then you are a failed politician not to talk of National Party Chairman

    • Musty

      What if you can’t convince the vicinity of your house and office to vote for you, what then are you?

      • MilitaryPolice01

        Convince them to do what ?

  • Verily

    Expectedly. Forget about the age, very dull lacklustre man. Thank God.

  • Onosobedi2000

    Democracy in action

  • Skoybus

    I believe that we are all waiting to hear the result officially from INEC.