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Edo Elections: INEC declares Obaseki winner

The Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) has declared incumbent Governor of Edo State, Godwin Obaseki as winner of the September 19, 2020 governorship election in the state.

Obaseki who contested under the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), scored 307,955 to defeat his closest rival, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) who scored 223,619.

Below is a breakdown of the votes awarded to both main candidates in 18 government results:
Esan West
APC – 7,189
PDP – 17,434
Oredo
APC – 18,365
PDP – 43,498
Esan South-East
APC – 9,237
PDP – 10,563
Etsako West
APC – 26,140
PDP – 17,959
Ovia North-East
APC – 9,907
PDP – 16,987
Owan West
APC – 11,193
PDP – 11,485
Owan East
APC – 19,295
PDP – 14,762
Egor
APC – 10,202
PDP – 27,621
Uhunmwonde
APC – 5,972
PDP – 10,022
Ikpoba Okha
APC – 18,218
PDP – 41,030
Esan Central
APC – 6,719
PDP – 10,794
Esan North-East
APC – 6556
PDP – 13,579
Igueben LG
APC – 5199
PDP – 7870.
Akoko Edo
APC -22,963
PDP – 20,101

Orhinowon
APC – 17,011
PDP – 10,66
Etsako Central
APC – 8,359
PDP. – 7,478
Orhionmwon LGA
APC – 10,458
PDP – 13,445
Ovia Southwest
APC – 10,636
PDP – 12,659

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