INEC Declares Zamfara Bye-Election Inconclusive, Two Ad-Hoc Staff Missing

INEC Declares Zamfara Bye-Election Inconclusive, Two Ad-Hoc Staff Missing
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The state Assembly bye-election conducted in Bakura constituency in Zamfara State on Saturday by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has been declared inconclusive.

The returning officer, Professor Ibrahim Magawata made this announcement when speaking with newsmen on Sunday morning.

He said, “the election results of five polling units in Bakura ward have been cancelled.”

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According to Professor Magawata, the affected units, have a total number of 11,429 votes.

He, however, declared that, so far, the PDP candidate, Alhaji Ibrahim Tudu, has scored the total number of 18645 votes, while the APC candidate, Alhaji Bello Dankande Gamji scored 16464 votes.

The returning officer also declared two ad-hoc staff of the Commission missing.

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