APC candidate wins Ife Central assembly seat

A Elderly voter being accredited, at Sekonanear Ife, during the 2018 Osun state Governorship Election on Saturday (22/9/18). 05010/23/9/18/Timothy Adeogodiran/JAU/NAN
File photo of an elderly voter being accredited, at Sekonanear Ife, during the 2018 Osun state Governorship Election on Saturday (22/9/18). 05010/23/9/18/Timothy Adeogodiran/JAU/NAN

The candidate of All Progressively Congress (APC), Adebusola Hezekiah, has been declared the winner of Ife Central State Constituency by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

Funso Adesola, INEC Returning Officer, who declared the result on Saturday night in Ile-Ife, said that Hezekiah scored 18, 581 votes to defeat his closest rival, Adediwura Bode of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), who scored 5,558 votes.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the assembly election was conducted for 26 state constituencies seats.

(NAN)

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