LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Political Socialisation And Its Effect On Osun Poll

Skewed opinions are abounded just like commendable accolades have been directed to the major players in the success of the recently concluded council polls.

It is thus rightly essential to give kudos to whom it is due, starting from the state government and its arms therein, the state electoral body (OSIEC), the political parties that participated, election observers, security personnel and the electorates who deemed it fit to troop out en masse to exercise their fundamental human right as this would on the long-run be their voice.

Political socialization took its toll as various awareness programmes embarked upon by OSIEC, Political parties, mass media and non-governmental institutions on the need for eligible voters to obtain their permanent voters card (PVC) so as not to be automatically disenfranchised, as it is their only mouthpiece to drive home their interests by electing the candidate of their choice.

And the electorates on the D-day timely arrived at their respective polling units and they quintessentially displayed high level of decency and composure.

This would have been defective if the efforts of the electoral body (OSIEC) and the security personnel deployed to each polling unit and the Police patrol team monitoring its peaceful conduct of a credible, free and fair election had not yielded results. The electoral materials and officers got to the polling unit on time and in few cases where this could not be, there is an extension in the voting hours so that none of the eligible electorate is disenfranchised.

It is however in our best interest as citizens of the state to actively participate in the political activities of our environment as it is the only ticket through which our will can be interpreted, formulated and implemented.

There is thus the need for governmental and non-governmental organisations as well as the agents of socialization such as the family, schools (formal and informal), religious centres, mass media, etc. to rise to campaign on the benefits of political participation.

These agencies need to jointly put all hands on the deck so that eligible voters of the legally recognized age range would register for their voters’ card as this would help get the better candidate of their choice into power, one that will cater for their welfare and possibly deliver on its manifestoes.

Ergo, as rightful citizens of the state, our PVC is our voice and right.

Osun LG Poll: Accord Party Accuses OSIEC Of Denial To Sensitive Materials

By Nofisat Marindoti

Two days after Local Government Parliamentary Election was conducted in 71 wards in the State of Osun, Accord Party has accused the State Independent Electoral Commission, OSIEC of denying its party agents access to sensitive materials before the election.

The Chairman of the party Mr Segun Fanibe who spoke on a radio programme monitored by Osun Defender said he had expected that the Party agents would be called to inspect the materials the night before the election.

Alleging that OSIEC as a scam, Fanibe also accused the commission of only allowing the ruling party, The All Progressives Congress, APC, agents to inspect the materials at the polling units.

However in a swift reaction, the Chairman of OSIEC who was also on the programme, Otunba Segun Oladitan said it was not possible party agents are called to inspect sensitive materials the night before the election.

Oladitan who said the materials could only be inspected at the polling units, also denied the allegation that only APC agents were allowed to inspect the sensitive materials.

“Ask him at what point were they not allowed? Was it at the headquarters or the polling units? No political party was disallowed from inspecting the materials and you can only inspect at the polling units not the night before. If you are not satisfied, let’s meet at the tribunal.”

Reacting to Accord Party Chairman’s claim that the ballot papers arrived late at some polling centers, Oladitan stated that there is no election where the materials arrive on time.

APC Says Victory In LG Poll Massive Triumph For Osun

The All Progressives Congress in Osun state has described its victory at last Saturday council polls as a massive triumph for the people and the state of Osun, and one big step forward for the popular desire of Nigerians to revert to parliamentary democracy.

In a statement from the Directorate of Publicity, Research and Strategy, signed by its Director, Kunle Oyatomi Esq., and made available to the media in Osogbo today, the party congratulated the people for the emphatic statement they got across to the haters of progress in Osun that ‘the people know what they want and they will not allow themselves to be deceived by the shenanigans of the opposition.

According to the party, ‘beyond the electoral victory, is the political step forward into the less expensive parliamentary democracy, which will now start in Osun’s local government setting for the first time in 52 years since our parliamentary democracy was destroyed by the military in 1966.

‘When the import of this election will be addressed in the history books in the future, the state of Osun will be celebrated as a catalyst for the return of parliamentary democracy if not in Nigeria, certainly in Yorubaland, the APC said.

‘Those who objected to the development met their waterloo in the court and owing to their obsession for retaining the presidential system, they shot themselves in the foot, anticipating victory at the court by not registering to participate in the election. They miscalculated so badly that it turned out a double tragedy for them’, the APC argued.

‘And as God would have it against the PDP and its co-travellers, their double tragedy translated into double massive victory for the APC and the people of Osun’, the party celebrated.

The APC therefore thanked the people for their support, loyalty and appreciation of all the good things that Ogbeni Rauf Adesoji Aregbesola, the government he leads and the party have done to bring this state from the doldrums in which the PDP left it, to the pacesetter it has become today.

‘Whatever the opposition parties are saying about the election, is symptomatic of ‘the grapes are sour’ mentality.

‘Those who love to hate will ultimately hate themselves in failure and deceit.

That is the fate of the PDP and its opposition partners’, the APC concluded.

Just In: APC Sweeps Historic Osun Local Government Parliamentary Election

The Osun Independent Electoral Commission (OSIEC) as announced all the 389 candidates of the All Progressive Congress (APC) as winners of the contested, Saturday Osun councillorship election.

Releasing the official results to newsmen in Osogbo on Sunday, the Chairman of OSIEC, Mr Segun Oladitan said 318 out of the candidates were however returned unopposed.

Oladitan said 128 of the unopposed returned candidates were from Osun Central Senatorial District, while 117 were from Osun West and the remaining 73 from Osun East Senatorial District.

He said the remaining 71 other candidates that added up the total councillorship seat figure were the ones voted for at the poll on Saturday.

He said 52 of the voted candidates came from Osun East,13 from the West while the remaining six came from Osun Central Senatorial District.

Oladitan said as published in the newspapers and as announced by the commission during a press conference, all the names of all the APC candidates (as published) are hereby declared as winners and returned as councillors of the state.

The OSIEC Chairman, after his announcement and declaration, issued certificate of return to all the councillors, both elected and unopposed .

OSIEC had earlier announced that 318 candidates of the APC were contesting unopposed, leaving only 71 wards to be contested for by the remaining candidates.

OSIEC also stated that elected councillors would be running a parliamentary administrative system at the local government, where the councillors would elect a chairman from amongst them.

Osun Council Election: Return Of The Sanctity Of Law And Ballot In 11 Years By Inwalomhe Donald

Governor Rauf Aregbesola has complied with the order of Abuja High Court and restored the sanctity of law by conducting free and fair local government election in Osun State.

The Osun State Independent Electoral Commission (OSIEC) says 318 out of the 389 candidates of the All Progressives Congress (APC) contesting in Saturday’s local government election are unopposed.

Oladitan also said election would hold in only 71 wards out of the 389 wards in the state.

According to him, election will not hold in wards where candidates are unopposed.

He explained that from the onset of the electoral process, 38 political parties registered with the commission to take part in the election. Oladitan, however, added that some parties later withdrew from the process.

He added that candidates of six political parties that would be participating in the election satisfied electoral requirements as contained in Section 41 of the 2011 amended Electoral Act.

Oladitan further said that there would be restriction in movement between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. on the election day, adding that adequate security would be provided for the electorate and the commission`s officials.

Governor Aregbesola has vowed to support the struggle to restore the sanctity of the law and ballot and uphold democracy in the country in compliance with Section 7 of 1999 Constitution as amended. He has been on the forefront of the movement for the restoration of the judiciary and he has rendered several sacrifices to uphold democracy in the country.

Restoration Of Sanctity Of The Law and Ballot Box: With the successful conduct of Osun Local Government Election, the sanctity of the ballot box be restored in Osun State. The outcome of the local government poll has, again, shown that elections are not won on the pages of newspaper or by enormity of media propaganda or noise-making.

The great people of Osun State have adamantly refused to be contaminated by the propaganda virus of the Africa’s noisiest opposition political party in Nigeria. This is the most striking thing about the giant strides at restoring sanctity of the ballot box on the country’s electoral polity.

When PDP lost in Osun in August 2014 and 2018 local government poll, they have relocated to the pages of newspaper and screens of politically oiled television stations and radios. When their propaganda refused to make public relevance, they filed papers in court and took over the functions of its proceedings on the pages of newspaper and visual/audio media, yet at the end, their arguments became “orbiter dictum” and woefully failed the litmus test of “ratio decidendi”. They cried and ran to the court of first instance for “justice”, but the court in her hallowed wisdom, sent them packing.

A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja has vacated its order 2017 restraining the holding of elections into the Local Council Development Authorities (LCDAs) and withholding Local Government Allocations in the state of Osun.

The court had on December 4, 2017 ordered the Central Bank of Nigeria, Accountant General of the Federal government and Ministry of Finance to warehouse statutory allocations to the local government councils in the state, as prayed by three members of the Peoples Democratic Party in a Motion Experte.

Local government in Nigeria is the third tier of government. It supposes to communicate directly with the people through their representatives, it is through an effective local government system that is obligations and duties to the people will be idealized.

Aregbesola’s concept of the new system of local government in Osun State with its objective is aimed at standardizing and stabilizing the function and financial resources at the local government level. Aregbesola has identified basic problems of the local government which are revenue mobilization and its effective utilization especially now that they appear to be a comprehensive sources and uses of revenue in the local government.

Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, the Osun State governor has said in different fora that he is committed to free and fair election at the local government level. The PDP had alleged that Aregbesola, the Osun State governor had planned to rig local government election in Osun State recently.

Aregbesola wants Good governance, among other things, participatory, transparent and accountable at the local government level. It is also effective and equitable. And he promotes the rule of law. Good governance ensures that political, social and economic priorities are based on broad consensus in society and that the voices of the poorest and the most vulnerable are heard in decision-making over the allocation of resources

Osun State Governor, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola , has said the era of conducting elections that are not credible is over in the country, saying Edo State government had put measures in place to ensure that the Local Government election in the state is peaceful, free and fair.

The governor said it was high time the people begin to show interest in governance especially at the local government level to ensure that their interest is well protected. He said, “You cannot stay back at home and just expect that things will work well.

Yes, we have tried at the State level but we also need credible people at the Local Government level and that is the nearest government to our people and all we have been advocating is about participatory governance. “If you don’t take part, you will not be part of what is coming up and the whole essence is for you to choose people who will really touch your needs and if you sit down at home and people who are not credible gets there, it will not be their fault when they give you bad result and that is what we don’t want.”

What is important to us is to conduct a free, fair and credible election. Local Government election has not taken place in Edo in the last five years but we are happy that we are able to do this and also enhance democratic values that we are trying to build up in this country.”

The whole idea is for us to evolve a process where the citizens come out and believe in a process that is credible and then when you do this and people are able to see elections that come at the Local Government level, they will be excited to do it because they know that it’s been credible, peaceful and there is no violence and that is what we as government have been preaching. .

Interestingly, the APC campaigned by way of organising public rallies in all local government headquarters where flags were presented to councillorship candidates with a charge to deepen the campaign from home to home.

APC had campaigned vigorously across the 30 councils, and that PDP was afraid of the ground swell of support for the PDP, hence “they have resorted to cheap lies.”

“We went round all the local government areas campaigning for our candidates, and challenged the opposition to do a semblance of campaign so that people will appreciate who they are voting for. But they chose to sit back, and that it has shown clearly that the people are with us, they are making unfounded allegations.

The outcome of the election was a favourable referendum of the performance of the Governor Aregbesola- led administration, and an indicator of the direction the 2019 election will follow.

“It is unfortunate that the PDP in Osun State has, like the proverbial ostrich, buried its head in the sand and is totally oblivious of the political realities on ground in Osun State, that the APC is unshakable, immovable and unperturbed by their ranting and wailing.

Inwalomhe Donald writes from Osogbo, Osun State [email protected]

UPDATED: Massive Turnout As Osun Holds Historic Local Government Parliamentary Election

The d-day is here. Today, Saturday, 27th January, 2018 is the date for the much anticipated historic local government parliamentary elections in the State of Osun. The elections is historic in the sense that, it will be the first time a state in accordance with Section 7 of the Constitution define a parliamentary structure for its Local Governments with the first official elections.

Today’s polls is to elect the councillors to represent each wards in the Local Governments and the newly created Local Council Development Areas (LCDAs) and Area Councils created by the administration of Governor Rauf Aregbesola in 2016 after due legal process. In the arrangement, the elected councillors today will in-turn at the point of their inauguration elect among themselves the Chairman of the said council area.

The Osun Independent Electoral Commission (OSIEC) revealed that out of the 389 wards across the state that elections will be held, actual voting will hold in 71 wards, as 318 councillorship positions have been presented unopposed.

The Commission Chairman, Otunba Segun Oladitan, during a press conference held to sensitise the public on the level of preparedness for the council polls said the commission registered 36 political parties for the upcoming polls and only 18 returned their forms.

He also revealed that, 12 of the political parties that had earlier submitted their forms also withdrew from the race leaving the space for Labour Party, All Progressive Congress, Accord Party, Social Democratic Party and Allied Congress Party of Nigeria.

The Commission Chairman revealed that the spread is as follow: Osun-Central, 6; Osun-West, 13 and Osun-East; 52 wards, while the spread for the unopposed candidates was Osun-Central, 128; Osun-West, 117; and Osun-East, 73.

Going by the analysis, the election would be keenly contested in Osun East particularly in Ile-Ife and its environ where voting would be conducted in 52 wards.

OSUN DEFENDER will be bringing you Live Updates from the election last held in December 2007 as our reporters are covering the elections across the State of Osun.

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At 7:28AM when our correspondent, Toba Adedeji visited 5 polling units at Eketa ward, Osogbo Local Government in Osun Central, officers of OSIEC are yet to be at the respective polling units although Security personnel were on ground at all the unit in the area. But by 7:50AM, some officers of OSIEC arrived some of the polling units.

However, the presiding officer for Unit 8 who identified himself as Oparinde Micheal while addressing journalists disclosed that some sensitive materials like the ballot papers and voters register has not yet gotten to his polling unit. 

Oladimeji said, “We have with us now the ballot box, stamp ink and some others stationary we needed but but we are yet to receive ballot papers, voters register and some other forms.

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9.16 AM Our Correspondent, Shina Abubakar sights an elderly woman queuing up to vote at Unit 6, Ward 13 in Osogbo LG as well as Ward 13 unit 9 of Osogbo LG where presiding officers calmly wait for voters.


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9.23 AM Ismaeel Uthman reports that there is an impressive turnout of voters at Unit 02, ward 8A, Olorunda North, Kobo-Dagbolu and areas around the vicinity.

09.54 AM Ismaeel Uthman Updates Us Of the Situation of Things at the popular Alamisi Market Junction In Ikirun

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09.59 AM Voting has started at Ward 13, Osogbo Local Government council area of the State of Osun as voters trooped out. Kazeem Mohammed reports that here is massive turnout of voters at Ward 13 Osogbo Local Government council area of Osun.

Voting started around 8:30 am in majority of the units in the ward as election materials arrived earlier enough in unit 1, 6, 9, 10 and 12. Two political parties, APC and LP are contesting for the councillorship seats of the ward.

It is the only Ward where voting is taking place in the entire Osogbo Local Government. The returning Officer for the ward, Oyewumi Oluwasegun said so far, the situation of things is normal. He said, though there was no problem, but there is need for more security to control the crowd at the unit.

He appealed to the electorate to maintain law and order

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10.32 AM This is the situation at Ward 10 , unit 9, Egbedore Local Government, Okinni and Unit 11 In Igbokiti, Egbedore Local Government

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10.49 AM We have images from Unit 9, Ward 3, Esade in Iragbiji, Boripe Local Government where the Chief of Staff to Governor Rauf Aregbesola, Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola casted his vote.

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10.56 AM Here are reports of happenings in Ward 6 of Ilesa West Local Government where the State of Osun Commissioner for Science and Technology, Engr Remi Omowaiye on queue to vote.

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11. 30 AM More Images

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11.17 AM Kazeem Mohammed reports that there was a massive turnout of voters at Ward 6 unit’ 1 Akinlalu town hall, Ife North LG. At the unit, those with temporary permanent voters cards were not allowed to vote because their names are not on the voters register.

This has started causing agitations by the affected voters. The party agents of the APC and Accord party expressed satisfaction with the processes so far.

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At 11: 07AM, their was a large turnout at Ward 10, Unit 6 Akarabata in Ife. Electorate came out in mass to exercise their right of franchise. Also, the voting exercise is running to close as some OSIEC officers are spotted sitting on the floor idle. But voters are still loitering around.

Former member House of Representatives,  Hon. Rotimi Makinde who is a chieftain under All Progressive Congress who is at the polling unit said he is optimistic about the election. 

Meanwhile, some shops were opened and they are selling food, snacks, drinks and other assorted sweet to voters.

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Shina Abubakar tells us at 12.20pm that Counting of votes is already going in Ijio ward 1unit 5, ife central local government. Thing are orderly in the unit. Former Commissioner For Home Affairs, Culture and Tourism, Sikiru Ayedun commended the voters and OSIEC officers for adhering to the election guidelines.

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12.33 Ismaeel Uthman provides moments of happenings in Obokun LGA. Osun LG election: Unit 5, Ward, Ilase/Idominasi, Obokun LG, Unit 3, Ward 1, Obokun LG

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01.21 PM Ismaeel Uthman Updates us of happenings in Unit 10, ward 10, Ilesa East LG

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01.45 PM – Toba Adedeji says there is a little distraction to voting in Iremo III in Ile Ife as miscreants who have not been identified tried to disrupt voting. Although, calm seems to have been restored, the Senator representing Osun East Senatorial District, Senator Babajide Omoworare and the Police DPO in the zone are also seen in this picture trying to calm the situation.

Both the Accord Party and the APC are pointing accusing fingers at each other for the empasse.

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2. 20 PM Police Storm Major Streets In Ile Ife As LG Election Continues

By Sodiq Lawal

Men of the Nigerian Police Force on Saturday stormed the major streets of Ile Ife as voting continued in the local government parliamentary election.

Electoral materials and Osun State Independent Electoral Commission OSIEC ad-hoc electoral officials for the election had arrived a bit behind schedule in most polling booths and units across the town.

Officials of the OSIEC promised as at 10.30 am that areas not yet having these materials would soon be supplied after clearing some logistic problems.

At Iremo, Mayfair, Parakin and other areas in Ife Central Local Government Area, officials and voting materials arrived polling units some minutes after 9:00am and accreditation and voting started simultaneously.

Men of the police, DSS, Civil Defence corps were seen patrolling the ancient city of Yoruba land, Ile Ife to maintain law and order during the exercise.

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2.45 PM Osun LG Polls: Commissioner, Chief Of Staff Laud Massive Turn Out

By Nofisat Marindoti 

The State of Osun Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr Adelani Baderinwa, has lauded the people of the state for coming out en masse to participate in the Local Government elections.

Adelani said the election was peaceful and successful based on the turn out and conduct of the electorate.

Baderinwa while speaking with journalists in Obaagun, Irepodun Local Government Area of Osun, said he marvelled at the turn out of voters at the various wards he monitored.

“I marvelled at the number of people that turnout at the various wards. Even reports reaching me from other areas of the state indicates good turnout.

“This success was because government of the state has done everything and put in place necessary machinery to make the election successful.

“Everything was done by the government as if it was a general election and I am happy the people came out to show they are with us and with our party.” he said.

This is even as the Chief of Staff to the State Government, the Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola, in his own remarks, commended the Osun Independent Electoral Commission (OSIEC) for promptly deploying election materials to the voting units and centers.

Oyetola said the turnout of voters has also been quite impressive based on the record of voters at polling units he had visited in his town of Iragbiji in Boripe Local Government Area of Osun.

“The election has been peaceful, fair and free. The turnout has been quite impressive too. People turned out in large number without manipulation. I think democracy is actually growing and things are getting better day by day.” he said

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As at 4.15 PM, Situation Reports from Iwo showed the Secretary to the Osun ‎State Government, Alhaji Moshood Adeoti, at Oke Adan ward 03, Jagun-Ode unit 001 polling booth in Iwo Local Government.

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5.00 PM Results Start To Filter In From Some Polling Units Across The State Of Osun, Here are Some of Them

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Iremo/Ajebandele: Polling Unit 3 APC =36 ACCORD 52
‎Iremo/Ajebandele Polling Unit 4 APC =4 ACCORD 0
Iremo/Ajebandele Polling Unit 5 APC=‎225 ACCORD 0
Iremo/Ajebandele Polling Unit 13 APC=5 ACCORD 2
TOTAL: APC=270 ACCORD 54


WARD 06

Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 1 APC160 ACCORD 39
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 2 APC 440 ACCORD 27
Iremo11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 3 APC 206 ACCORD 0
Iremo11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 5 APC 86 ACCORD 26
Iremo 11 (‎Eleyele) Polling Unit 6 APC 50 ACCORD 15
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 7 APC 18 ACCORD 5
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 8 APC 117 ACCORD 6
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 9 APC 48 ACCORD 7
‎Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 10 APC 114 ACCORD 9
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 11 APC ‎381 ACCORD 6
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 12 APC 147 ‎ACCORD 63
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 13 APC 44 ACCORD 4
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 14 APC 121 ACCORD 11
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 15 APC 47 ACCORD 23
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 16 APC 1979 ACCORD 241

WARD 07‎

Iremo 111 Poling Unit 1 APC 233 ACCORD 2
Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎2 APC 176 ACCORD 10
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎3 APC 110 ACCORD 3‎
Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎4 APC 170 ACCORD 5‎
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎5 APC 220 ACCORD 14
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎6 APC 201 ACCORD 7
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎7 APC 223 ACCORD 14
Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎8 APC 336ACCORD 9‎
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎10 APC 139 ACCORD 12
Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎11 APC 69 ACCORD 0‎
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎12 APC 188 ACCORD 5
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎13 APC 488 ACCORD 18
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎14 APC 18 ACCORD 0
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎15 APC 90 ACCORD 13
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎16 APC 199 ACCORD 9
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎17 APC 352 ACCORD 6

TOTAL: APC 3212 ACCORD 127

WARD 08

Iremo IV Polling Unit 1 APC 204 ACCORD 11
Iremo IV Polling Unit 2 APC 21 ACCORD 31‎
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 3 APC 175 ACCORD 08
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 4APC 111 ACCORD 29‎
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 5 APC 179 ACCORD 12‎
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 6 APC 240 ACCORD 6‎
Iremo IV Polling Unit 7 APC 94 ACCORD 5‎
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 8 APC 136 ACCORD 3‎
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 9 APC 298 ACCORD 0‎
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 10 APC 205 ACCORD 35‎
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 11 APC 139 ACCORD 43‎
‎ TOTAL: APC 1801 ACCORD 183

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Iremo V Polling Unit 1 APC 143 ACCORD 2‎
Iremo V Polling Unit 5 APC 41 ACCORD 10‎
‎Iremo V Polling Unit 7 APC 49 ACCORD 10‎
‎Iremo V Polling Unit 8 APC 62 ACCORD 0‎
‎Iremo V Polling Unit 10 APC 57 ACCORD 49
‎Iremo V Polling Unit 14 APC 86 ACCORD 6‎
Iremo V Polling Unit 16 APC 161 ACCORD 0

TOTAL: APC 599. ACCORD 77

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Akarabata ‎Polling Unit 2 APC 19 ACCORD 6
‎‎Akarabata ‎Polling Unit 3 APC 39 ACCORD 17
‎‎Akarabata ‎Polling Unit 6 APC 16 ACCORD 3‎
‎‎Akarabata ‎Polling Unit 7 APC 4 ACCORD 2‎
Akarabata ‎Polling Unit 9 APC 31 ACCORD 17
Akarabata ‎Polling Unit 12 APC 62 ACCORD 13

TOTAL: APC 171 ACCORD 58
Therefore APC polled 8032 votes in all While ACCORD Polled 70votes in all‎
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Iremo/Ajebandele: Polling Unit 3 APC =36 ACCORD 52
‎Iremo/Ajebandele Polling Unit 4 APC =4 ACCORD 0
Iremo/Ajebandele Polling Unit 5 APC=‎225 ACCORD 0
Iremo/Ajebandele Polling Unit 13 APC=5 ACCORD 2
TOTAL: APC=270 ACCORD 54


WARD 06

Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 1 APC160 ACCORD 39
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 2 APC 440 ACCORD 27
Iremo11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 3 APC 206 ACCORD 0
Iremo11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 5 APC 86 ACCORD 26
Iremo 11 (‎Eleyele) Polling Unit 6 APC 50 ACCORD 15
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 7 APC 18 ACCORD 5
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 8 APC 117 ACCORD 6
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 9 APC 48 ACCORD 7
‎Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 10 APC 114 ACCORD 9
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 11 APC ‎381 ACCORD 6
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 12 APC 147 ‎ACCORD 63
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 13 APC 44 ACCORD 4
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 14 APC 121 ACCORD 11
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 15 APC 47 ACCORD 23
Iremo 11 (Eleyele) Polling Unit 16 APC 1979 ACCORD 241

WARD 07‎

Iremo 111 Poling Unit 1 APC 233 ACCORD 2
Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎2 APC 176 ACCORD 10
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎3 APC 110 ACCORD 3‎
Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎4 APC 170 ACCORD 5‎
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎5 APC 220 ACCORD 14
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎6 APC 201 ACCORD 7
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎7 APC 223 ACCORD 14
Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎8 APC 336ACCORD 9‎
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎10 APC 139 ACCORD 12
Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎11 APC 69 ACCORD 0‎
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎12 APC 188 ACCORD 5
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎13 APC 488 ACCORD 18
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎14 APC 18 ACCORD 0
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎15 APC 90 ACCORD 13
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎16 APC 199 ACCORD 9
‎Iremo 111 Polling Unit ‎17 APC 352 ACCORD 6

TOTAL: APC 3212 ACCORD 127

WARD 08

Iremo IV Polling Unit 1 APC 204 ACCORD 11
Iremo IV Polling Unit 2 APC 21 ACCORD 31‎
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 3 APC 175 ACCORD 08
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 4APC 111 ACCORD 29‎
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 5 APC 179 ACCORD 12‎
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 6 APC 240 ACCORD 6‎
Iremo IV Polling Unit 7 APC 94 ACCORD 5‎
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 8 APC 136 ACCORD 3‎
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 9 APC 298 ACCORD 0‎
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 10 APC 205 ACCORD 35‎
‎Iremo IV Polling Unit 11 APC 139 ACCORD 43‎
‎ TOTAL: APC 1801 ACCORD 183

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Iremo V Polling Unit 1 APC 143 ACCORD 2‎
Iremo V Polling Unit 5 APC 41 ACCORD 10‎
‎Iremo V Polling Unit 7 APC 49 ACCORD 10‎
‎Iremo V Polling Unit 8 APC 62 ACCORD 0‎
‎Iremo V Polling Unit 10 APC 57 ACCORD 49
‎Iremo V Polling Unit 14 APC 86 ACCORD 6‎
Iremo V Polling Unit 16 APC 161 ACCORD 0

TOTAL: APC 599. ACCORD 77

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Akarabata ‎Polling Unit 2 APC 19 ACCORD 6
‎‎Akarabata ‎Polling Unit 3 APC 39 ACCORD 17
‎‎Akarabata ‎Polling Unit 6 APC 16 ACCORD 3‎
‎‎Akarabata ‎Polling Unit 7 APC 4 ACCORD 2‎
Akarabata ‎Polling Unit 9 APC 31 ACCORD 17
Akarabata ‎Polling Unit 12 APC 62 ACCORD 13

TOTAL: APC 171 ACCORD 58
Therefore APC polled 8032 votes in all While ACCORD Polled 70votes in all‎
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*Ward 13 Osogbo LG Election Result*

*APC LP*
Unit 1 – 57 – 21
Unit 2 – 43 – 12
Unit 3 – 66 – 15
Unit 4 – 60 – 18
Unit 5 – 61 – 60
Unit 6 – 93 – 37
Unit 7 – 27 – 17
Unit 8 – 78 – 53 (LP Candidate Unit)
Unit 9 – 54 – 6
Unit 10 – 81 – 4 (APC Candidate Unit)
Unit 11 – 49 – 7
Unit 12 – 24 – 16
Unit 13 – 34 – 08

*Total* *APC – 727 LP – 274*
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Ward 10A ILESA EAST L/GOVT ELECTION RESULT
APC SDP
UNIT 1:- 150 – 11

UNIT 2: 245 – 24

UNIT 3: 95 – 42

UNIT 4. 290 – 08

UNIT 5: 229 – 08

UNIT 6. 164 – 08

UNIT 7: 134 – 04

UNIT 10: 232 – 05

Total = APC 1,539 – SDP 105.

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