Lagos House of Assembly Elections: Elliot, Lai Mohammed’s son, others declared winners as sons of Obanikoro, Ajomale lose




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star, Desmond Elliot, of the All Progressives  Congress (APC) on Sunday polled 23,141 votes at the Surulere state constituency l to emerge winner.

Mr Bayo Smith, of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) came second with 12,546 votes.

The Commission () Returning Officer, Dr Mariam Quadri, made the declaration at Surulere Collation Centre.

”That Desmond Olusola Elliot of APC having satisfied the requirements of the law and scored the highest number of votes is hereby declared winner and is returned elected, ” she said.

For Surulere Constituency ll, the Returning Officer, Quadri,  declared Mrs Mosunmola Sangodara-Rotimi of PDP winner with 33, 583 votes closely trailed by Mr Abiodun Awobotu of  APC with 32, 767
votes.

”That Sangdara Mosunmola of PDP, having satisfied the requirements of the law and scored the highest number of votes is hereby declared winner and is returned elected, ” she said.

Mr Folajimi , the All Progressive Congress (APC) candidate, who is son of Alhaji Lai , APC’s spokesman, was also declared the winner of Ikeja Constituency l House of Assembly of April 11.

Returning Officer, Mr Onochie Mordi, made this declaration at about 5.40am at the end of the collation of the results on April 12 at the Central Primary School, Ikeja GRA.

According to him, APC scored the highest number of votes of 13, 603 to emerge the winner.

”I confirmed that the was contested and the candidates received the following votes.

”Folajimi Jubril of APC scored a total of 13, 603 and James Ndubuisi O. APGA scored a total of 35.

”Adetoye Ibrahim, LP scored a total of 5 and Obhafuoso A. Robert of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) scored a total of 10, 537 votes.

”Gospel Jerry O. of PPA scored a total of 22, Muyiwa ldowu scored a total of 37.

”That Folajimi Jubril of the All Progressives Congress having scored the highest number of votes is thereby declared the winner and is returned elected,” he said.

The also declared Adedamola Kasunmu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate the winner of Ikeja Constituency ll House of Assembly of April 11.

INEC Returning Officer, Dr Dele Ashiru, made this declaration at about 7.25a.m. at the end of the collation of the results on April 12 at the Central Primary School, Ikeja GRA.

According to him, APC candidate scored the highest number of 19, 909 votes to emerge the winner.

”I confirmed that the election was contested and the candidates received the following votes:

” Shodamola Azizat Anuoluwapo, AD, 42 votes, Prince Adedamola Kasunmu of the All Progressive Congress, 19, 909, Iwu Chibuikem of the All Progressive Grand Alliance scored 777 votes.

”Bakare Morufu Tanimola of the Labour Party scored 13 votes, Suberu Bose Ruth of the Conscience Party scored 21 votes and Aruba Ayinde Amidu of the Peoples Democratic Party scored a total vote of 14, 147 votes.

”That Prince Adedamola Kasunmu of the All Progressive Congress having satisfied the requirements of the law and scored the highest number of votes is hereby declared the winner and is returned elected,” he said.

The INEC also declared Mr Wasiu Sanni and Mr Giwa Shakirudeeen of All Progressives Congress as the winners of the two seats Island constituency.

Declaring the result on Sunday morning, Dr Martha Amadi, the Returning Officer, Island Constituency 1 for State House of Assembly Election, said that Wasiu Sanni scored 17,866 votes to defeat Yusuf Saheed of the PDP who got 7,628 votes.

Amadi said that the three participated contest Lagos Island Constituency were APC, PDP and PPA.

According to her, APC got 17,866 votes, PDP 7,628 and PPA 13 votes.

She said that  Wasiu Sanni of APC, having satisfied the requirement of the law and highest number of votes“is hereby declared the winner and is returned elected.”

Also, Mr Adekunle Salvador, the Returning Officer, Lagos Island Constituency 2 for
State House of Assembly Election, said that Mr Giwa Shakirudeen of APC
scored 16,645 votes to defeat Mr Lateef Oluwanisola of PDP who got 7,676 votes.

Salvador said that four political participated the contest.

“The are APC, PDP, PPA and SDP.

“APC scored 16,645, PDP 7676, PPA 19 and SDP 2 votes.

Salvador said that Giwa Shakirideen of APC, having satisfied the requirement of the law and highest number of votes “is hereby declared the winner and is returned elected.”
Also,  Mr Adekanye Oladele, the APC state House of Assembly candidate for Lagos Mainland I was on Sunday declared the winner of the constituency election held on Saturday.

An Associate Prof. Monday Ubangha, the returning officer for the election in the constituency, declared Oladele the winner of the election having polled 18, 000 votes to defeat his major challenger Mr Ishola Jelili Balogun of PDP who scored 16, 641.

Ubangha said: ‘Mr Adekanye Oladele of APC, having satisfied the requirement of the law and
scored the highest number of votes is hereby declared the winner and returned elected.

He said that Conscience Party (NCP) came third with 631 votes while Alliance for Democracy (AD) came forth with 78 votes.

Others are Accord Party (AP) with 70 votes, Labour Party with 50, United Progressive Party (UPP) with 8 and Social Democratic Party (SDP) with 5 votes.

According to him, out of 128, 680 registered voters, only 40, 237 voters were accredited at the constituency.

NAN reports that the collation exercise took place at the St Agnes Nursery and Primary School, Sabo Yaba.

Mr Moshood Olarenwaju Oshun, the APC state House of Assembly candidate for Lagos Mainland II, in early hours of Sunday, was also declared the winner of the state constituency election held on Saturday.

Mrs Ifueko Bello, the returning officer, declared Olanrewaju the winner having polled 12, 147 votes to defeat his major challenger Mr Ibrahim Ajiga of PDP who scored 9,985.

Bello said: ‘With this figures that I have just announced, Moshood Olanrewaju of APC, having satisfied the requirement of the law and scored the highest number of votes, is hereby declared the winner and returned elected.’’

Also, the INEC on Sunday declared that the APC won the two constituency seats in the Mushin House of Assembly election.

INEC announced the APC Candidate, Hon. Funmilayo Tejuosho, as the winner of the Mushin House of Assembly Constituency 1.

The commission also declared Hon. Olayiwola Olawale of the APC as the winner for the Mushin House of Assembly constituency II.

Dr Tunji Shotimirin, the INEC Collation Officer for constituency I, explained that APC scored 18,552 votes; Accord 10,858; while PDP, 6,415.

“By this summary, the APC candidate, Mrs Adefunmilayo Tejuoso, having polled the majority of votes in this election with 18,552, is hereby declared the winner and returned elected.“

Meanwhile, Dr James Esan, the INEC Collation Officer for the constituency II also declared Hon. Olayiwola Olawale of the APC as the winner of the Mushin House of Assembly Constituency II.

He said that Accord Party scored 5,471; APC, 34, 097 while PDP gathered 22,197.

“By this summary, the APC Candidate, Hon. Olayiwole Olawale, having polled the majority of votes in this election is hereby declared the winner,” Esan said.

The People’s Democratic Party (PDP)’s candidates,  Dipo Olorunrinu and Hakeem Bello, were on Sunday declared winners of Amuwo  Odofin State Assembly Constituency I and II seats.

The declarations were made by  the INEC’s returning officers of the constituencies, Mrs Fatima Taiwo and Prof. Ngozi Osarenren.

“I Fatima Taiwo, hereby certify that I was the returning officer for Amuwo Odofin I State Assembly Constituency held on 11 day of April 2015 and that the election was contested and the candidates received the following votes:

“Sultal Adeniji of the All Progressives Congress (APC) scored 12,010 votes and Dipo Olorunrinu of the PDP scored 13,580 votes.

“That Dipo Olorunrinu of the PDP having satisfied the requirement of the law and scored the highest votes is hereby declared the winner and is returned elected,’’ Taiwo said.

Similarly, Osarenren said: “I Prof. N. Osarenren, hereby certify that I am the returning officer of Amuwo Odofin State Assembly Constituency II and that the election was contested and the candidates received the following votes:

“Ramota Hassan of the All Progressives Congress (APC) scored 14,216 votes and Hakeem Bello of the PDP scored 19,272 votes.

“That Hakeem Bello of the PDP having satisfied the requirement of the law and scored the highest number of votes is hereby declared the winner and is returned elected.’’

Also, Mr Mudashiru Obasa of the All Progressives Congress (APC) was declared winner for the Lagos State House of Assembly elections in Agege Constituency 01.

The Returning Officer, Prof. Ganiyu Oke, Director of Distance Learning, said that seven participated in the elections.

Oke listed the to include AD, APA, APC, APGA, LP,
NNPP and PDP.
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Obasa, who was re-elected, polled 19,979 votes, Mr Adeyemi Adeseye of
the PDP polled 14,489 votes, Mr Sogbade Adio of LP got 2,504 votes,  MrBabatola Oluwaseyi of AD got 93 votes.

Mr Alagbo Olajide of APA got 71 votes, Mr Salaudeen Adeshina of APGA polled 57 votes, while Mr Adeyemi Olusola of NNPP polled 22 votes.

“By the power conferred on me by the constitution and law of Nigeria, I, Prof. Ganiyu Oke, Returning Officer for the Agege Constituency 01 elections hereby certify that the election was
contested.

“Therefore, Obasa Mudashiru of APC, hereby satisfied the requirement of the law and polled the highest number of votes, is hereby declared winner and returned elected,’’ Oke said.
Similarly, Mr Ishahu Gbolahan and Mr Kazeem Alimi, of APC won the two seats in Eti-Osa constituency.

Declaring the result on Sunday morning Mr Michael Uchola, Returning Officer, Eti-Osa Constituency 1 and 2 said that Mr Kazeem Alimi scored 17,908 votes to defeat Adeyiwola Oyenusi of the PDP who got 14,307 votes.

“Kazeem Alimi of APC Constituency 1, having satisfied the requirement of the law and highest number of votes is hereby declared the winner,’’ Uchola said.

Uchola  also declared Mr Ishahu Gbolahan of APC as the winner for Lagos House of Assembly in Eti-Osa Constituency 2 with 9,782 votes to defeat Mr Ibrahim Obanikoro of PDP who scored 9,510

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Mr Oluwa Olatunji Fatai of the PDP was on Sunday returned as the winner of the House of Assembly election for Ajeromi-Ifelodun Constituency Two.

The result for the Saturday election was announced at 6.30 a.m by Dr Oludiran Akinleye, the INEC Returning Officer for Ajeromi Ifelodun.

Akinleye, an  Associate of the Economics Department, University of Lagos, announced the results before of parties for the elective position.

He said, “I Dr Oludiran Akinleye, hereby ‎declare Mr Oluwa Olatunji Fatai of the PDP as the winner of the House of Assembly election for Ajeromi Ifelodun Constituency Two.”

The results were collated throughout the night as some results arrived late to the collation centre at the L.A Primary School, Bale Str., Ajegunle.

The PDP candidates were declared winners in the two state constituencies in Oshodi/Isolo Local Government Area.

In Oshodi/Isolo Constituency 1, the Returning Officer, Mrs Tewo Bakare, declared the PDP Candidate, Mr Shokunle Hakeem, as the winner with 17,479 votes.

Bakare said the APC Candidate, Mr Olukayode Ogundipe, came second with 17,125 votes while the NCP Candidate, Mr Olayilawal Ahmed, had 382 votes.

In Oshodi/Isolo Constituency 2, the Returning Officer, Dr Adeyemi Osinowo, announced the PDP Candidate, Mr Emeka Idimogu, as the winner of the seat with 27,423 votes.

“Emeka Idimogu of the PDP having satisfied the requirement of the law  and scored the highest number of votes, is hereby declared the winner for Oshodi/Isolo constituency 2,” said Osinowo.

The returning officer said that the APC Candidate, Mr Olayinka Ajomale, came second with 25,727 votes, while Mr Ifeanyi Udeh of APGA came third with 673 votes. (NAN)
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