Ibadan North-East/South-East Federal Constituency Election Remains Inconclusive — INEC

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC has reaffirmed that the Ibadan North East/South East Federal Constituency election is inconclusive.

While emphasising that the election in Oluyole and Ibadan North East/South East Federal Constituencies remain inconclusive, the commission’s spokesperson, Mr Olayiwola Awolowo told newsmen that no date has been fixed for a rescheduled election in the affected polling units.

Recall that INEC has declared the election inconclusive following how elections in three polling units were far more than the margin between Agboworin and APC’s Adedapo Lam-Adesina.

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Further check has revealed that the Ibadan North East, South East and Oluyole Federal Constituency winners were missing in the list of House of Representatives’ members-elect released by the commission.

In the meantime, the commission wrote, “Supplementary Election” in the column meant for the winner.

Similarly, in a chat with Lam-Adesina, he said nothing like that happened that the election was declared inconclusive and was awaiting further directive on the date of the rescheduled polls from INEC.


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