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WATCH: Godwin Obaseki of APC Declared Winner of Edo Gubernatorial Election as Protesters Allege That Results Have Been Altered



The All Progressives Congress (APC)‘s candidate for the Edo State Gubernatorial Election, Godwin Obaseki has been declared winner of the poll.

Obaseki polled 319,483 votes while his closest rival from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Osagie Ize-Iyamu, polled 253,173 votes.

The returning officer for the election, Professor Kayode Soremilekun, announced results as follows:

AA – 155; ACD – 1,350; ACPN – 3,184; APC – 319,483; APGA – 876; CPP – 226; ID – 99; KOWA – 75; LP – 182; NPPP – 125; NCP – 294; NNPP – 118; PDC – 1,289; PDP – 253,173; PPA – 855; PPN – 112; SDP – 72; UPP – 431; YDP – 200.

Watch the announcement:

According to Channels Television:

While the agent of the APC at the collation centre expressed satisfaction with the conduct and result of the election, describing it as the result of hard work, the PDP agent expressed strong reservation, referring to the result as a disappointment.

He subsequently refused to sign the final result sheet.

Prior to the announcement of the results, some protesters who had gathered at the INEC office alleged that the results have been altered by the electoral commission.

They said that the number of votes from their respective polling units differ from what was being announced

Watch it here:


  1. mummybobo

    September 29, 2016 at 6:19 pm

    I know DAT APC will win, I already predicted it. Now osho baba can jump like a monkey. I hope obaseki rules well. But I wish PDP had won shaa. Anyways who lose plz take hrt, u lose today, u win tomoro

  2. survivor

    September 29, 2016 at 7:41 pm

    Pdp won online

    • good girl

      September 30, 2016 at 5:56 pm

      lol….i see your shade…Godwin obaseki is a calm man ..i hope he rules well

  3. yemite

    September 29, 2016 at 8:32 pm

    How can corruption b stop when INEC n some government agent like police are d engine of corruption in this country. Seeing is believing, with what I saw n large of people protest. Show that INEC n Oshomhole practically Rig Edo state Election…and they are crying “change begin with me”. Is this d type of change that just begin with APC government????

    • Bun

      September 29, 2016 at 10:50 pm

      I honestly would have loved pdp to win too, but the credibility of the election cant be really determined by the number of protests. The winning margin was very slim, so suffice it to say that there wld have been protests if even pdp won.
      Also you have to understand that pdp bastardized that state in ages past, and the major reason reason am guessing why they even garnered as much votes is cos the APC change mantra hasnt really delivered the economy out of the woods… Yes the wilderness is horrible, but going back to Egypt dikwa risky..

  4. paul

    September 29, 2016 at 9:00 pm

    it is very hard to remove an incumbent government from seat

  5. Ethio

    September 29, 2016 at 10:11 pm

    pdp equally won in real life but it was RIGGED the people of oredo and other LGAs are screaming falsification but the corpse and the monkey’s people are bent on lying to themselves. just think am, why would edo turn out en masse to vote for oshiomhole’s candidate when he’s used his power to run edo down to level zero just like igbinedion,still owing workers up till today months of unpaid salaries as a matter of fact few died out of frustration and hunger while protesting on the streets. is it his party? or is it the well loved and efficient marks his party member is making in the federal level? wetin go convince you say dem dey talk true! predictable bunch of hypocrites PS rochas better be ready to fight his people and the entire igbo race and ddie cos WE THE PEOPLE will NOT and can NEVER Stand this apc fuckery

    • good girl

      September 30, 2016 at 5:57 pm

      what are you on about???….lol

  6. Moshod

    September 30, 2016 at 6:05 pm

    I knew that APC will rig the election and this is jus the beginning.

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