2023: Obi’s Dominance at Poll Continues, Claims Vital Victory at Ex-Senate President's Polling Unit
- Peter Obi seems to be doing wonders in the ongoing presidential polls after racking up victories in some unfriendly territories
- The polling unit of Senator David Mark, a PDP chieftain and former Senate President, was no different
- Obi surprisingly claimed victory at his VIP Unit 1, GRA Otukpo, in Benue state to further solidify his popularity among the masses
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The president candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, has won in the polling units of a former senate president, Senator David Mark, located at the VIP Unit 1, GRA Otukpo in Benue state.
As reported by Daily Trust newspaper, Obi polled 178 ahead of the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate, Bola Tinubu and the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) Atiku Abubakar who scored 22 and 18 votes respectively.
Our correspondent reports that after a generally peaceful voting process, the chant of Obi rend the air amidst the peaceful atmosphere when INEC officials counted ballot papers and declared the presidential election results, with many young people celebrating.
2023 presidency: More election drama as Tinubu loses to Obi in Gbajabiamila's polling unit
Meanwhile, Peter Obi's tremendous rise to political stardom continues to shake the whole of Nigeria at the ongoing 2023 presidential polls.
The Labour Party flagbearer pulled one of the most memorable upsets in this year's poll after emerging victorious in a polling unit in Surulere-Lagos.
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It was gathered that this was the same polling unit where the speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, voted.
2023: Major setback for APC as Senate President fails to deliver polling unit to Tinubu, winner revealed
In another development, several polling units have released more shocking election results as Nigerians decide who becomes the next president.
However, It was all sadness today as Senate President Ahmed Lawan lost his polling unit.
Lawan, also contesting a return to the Senate, may be in for a reality check for the election.