All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate Alhassan Ado Doguwa has reclaimed his mandate as a member representing Doguwa/Tudun Wada at the National Assembly following his re-election in the Saturday’s re-run with a landslide victory.
A statement signed by Kano State Commissioner for Information, Malam Muhammad Garba and obtained by Solacebase on Sunday indicates that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had declared Doguwa as winner having polled 66, 667 against his People’s Democratic Party (PDP) rival who scored 6, 323.
The statement said Munir Babba Dan’Agundi also regain his seat to represent Kumbotso federal constituency at the Green Chamber after scoring 32, 114 against the PDP candidate, Umar Balla who got 31, 258.
In the statement, however, Muhammadu Garba said the federal constituency election in Kiru/Bebeji was won by the PDP which scored 48, 641 against the APC candidate who got 13, 507.
On re-run elections into the Kano state House of Assembly in Madobi, APC scored 25, 403 to defeat the PDP that got 23, 625, while in Minjibir the APC polled 18, 455 to defeat the PDP with 17, 607 votes.
It noted that other results of the state legislature include Rogo where the APC scored 26, 730 to beat the PDP that got 26, 362; and in Bunkure, the APC clinched the seat with 20, 566 votes against the opposition PDP which scored 19, 941.
According to the statement, all the elections were conducted peacefully as voters exercised their franchise.
NATIONAL ASSEMBLY RE-RUN ELECTION RESULTS
- Tudun Wada/Doguwa APC 66, 667 PDP 6, 323
- Kumbotso APC 32, 114 PDP 31, 258
- Kiru/Bebeji APC 13, 507 PDP 48, 641
STATE ASSEMBLY RE-RUN ELECTION RESULTS
- Madobi APC 25, 403 PDP 23, 625
- Minjibir APC 18, 455 PDP 17, 607
- Rogo APC 26, 730 PDP 26, 362
- Bunkure APC 20, 566, PDP 19, 941