APC Leads As INEC Declares Imo North Senatorial Rerun Poll Inconclusive

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apc-logoThe Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has declared the result of Imo North Senatorial District rerun election inconclusive.

The election was conducted on Saturday (July 23).

Also declared inconclusive were the results of Oru East and Isiala Mbano State Constituencies following reported cases of shooting which characterised the exercise in some communities in the two affected areas.

The shootings were reported at Okata and Amiri in Oru East, while skirmishes and snatching of ballot boxes characterised the election in some communities in Isiala Mbano area.

SEE: No Violence Recorded In Imo Re-Run Election

Prof. Arinze Agbogu, the INEC Returning Officer for Imo North Senatorial District who announced the result on Sunday, however said that Ben Uwajumogu, APC’s senatorial candidate, polled 48,921.

Mr. Agbogu also announced that PDP’s Athan Achonu scored 40,142 votes to emerge second in the already declared result.

He explained that results of several polling units in Isiala Mbano area were marred by irregularities leading to cancelation of the results.

Mr. Agbogu explained that the exercise was cancelled in 15 polling units with a total of 13,000 registered voters.

According to him, the difference between the candidate with the highest score and the second stood at 8,777 votes.

(NAN)

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