Ekiti 2022: Bisi Kolawole Wins PDP Primary
A former house of Assembly member in Ekiti state, Chief Bisi Kolawole, has been declared the winner of the primary election of the PDP, scoring 671 votes.
Kolawaole defeated a former governor of the state; Segun Oni finished 2nd with 330 votes.
The ruling party APC will conduct her primary tomorrow (Thursday).
PDP LOST HER ONLY STATE IN SOUTHWEST, AS FAYEMI WON EKITI GUBERNATORIAL ELETION.
The result of the governorship election conducted in Ekiti state has been released and it has been announced that, the All Progressive Congress candidate, Kayode Fayemi has emerged the winner, making him to be elected as governor second time.Fayemi was defeated by Ayodele Fayose in the previous election conducted, to make PDP have a state under their control, but after the election yesterday, People's Democratic Party (PDP) has no candidate as governor in all st...
PDP Reschedules Primary Election Dates
The opposition party; People's Democratic Party ( PDP ) has rescheduled its party primaries across the states.It will be recalled that the party has earlier fixed the House of Assembly party primaries for 7th, the House of Representatives primaries for 12th, the Senate primaries for 14th, and the governorship primaries for 21st of May respectively However, this new arrangement means the House of Assembly primaries is now shifted to 14th, the House of Representatives...
Edo 2020: Court Restraints Obaseki From Participating In PDP Primary
A Federal High Court sitting in Port Harcourt, yesterday restrained the embattled Governor of Edo state; Godwin Obaseki from participating in the Peoples Democratic Party gubernatorial primary election scheduled for this week.The suit was instituted by an aspirant Omoregir Ogbeide-Ihiama asking the court to stop the governor who just decamped to the party from participating in the primaries.It will recalled that the governor joined the opposition party last week aft...
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