Kogi governorship election declared inconclusive

Kogi governorship elections has been declared inconclusive by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

INEC returning officer for the election, Emmanuel Kucha, announced this at the INEC headquarters in the state.

Kucha stated that gap between the two leading candidates, governor of the state; Idris Wada and Abubakar Audu was less than the number of the cancelled votes.

According to Kucha, the number of cancelled votes is 49,953 and the margin between Audu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Wada, is 41,353.

Audu secured 240,867 votes, while Idris polled 199,514 votes, and as such, the electoral body will conduct a supplementary election.


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