- The APC has the highest number of legislators-elect in the Ogun state House of Assembly
- The ruling party won 15 out of the 26 assembly seats, while the APM won seven seats
- ADC won three assembly seats, while the PDP won one seat
Four lawmakers would be returning to the Ogun state House of Assembly as the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) party won 15 out of 26 House of Assembly seats in the state.
According to a result sheet of the assembly election signed by the administrative secretary of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Ogun, James Popoola, APC has the highest number of legislators-elect while the Allied People’s Movement (APM) won seven seats.
The result also showed that African Democratic Congress (ADC) won three assembly seats, while the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) won one seat.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the four lawmakers that would be returning included Olakunle Oluomo (APC -Ifo 1), the current deputy speaker, Oludare Kadiri (APC -Ijebu North 11), Ganiyu Oyedeji (APM -Ifo 11) and Jemili Akingbade (ADC – Imeko Afon).
Legit.ng also gathers that the other legislators-elect were Modupe Mujota (APM – Abeokuta North), Adejojo Yusuf (APC – Abeokuta South 1), Adeyemi Ademuyiwa (APC – Abeokuta South 11), Yusuf Serif (Ado – Odo /Ota 1), Lamidi Musefiu (APM -Ado – Odo /Ota 11) and Adegoke Olusesi (ADC -Egbado North 1).
Others were Haruna Abiodun (ADC-Egbado North 11), Bolanle Lateefat (APM – Egbado South), Amosun Yusuf (APM – Ewekoro), Adams Isaac (APC -Ijebu East), Abiodun Sylvester (PDP – Ijebu North 1), Fasuwa Abayomi (APC – Ijebu North East), Oduwole Kemi (APC -Ijebu Ode) and Olakunle Sobukola (APC -Ikenne).
Also elected to the House were Sikiru Ajibola (APM – Ipokia), Soneye Kayode (APC – Obafemi Owode), Elemide Oludaisi (APC – Odeda) , Bello Atinuke (APC -Odogbolu), Akeem Agbolade (APC -Ogun Waterside), Osho Solomon (APC -Remo North), Abdulbashir Oladunjoye (APC – Sagamu 1) and Adeniran Ademola (APM – Sagamu 11).
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Ezekiel Afon, a lawmaker representing Pengana constituency in the Plateau state House of Assembly had died hours after he was re-elected to represent the constituency.
Bashir Sati, the secretary of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the state confirmed the lawmaker’s death on Sunday, March 10, in Jos.
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