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OSUN APC PRIMARIES: Gov Oyetola defeats Aregbesola’s man, Adeoti

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The Osun State Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola, has finally won the battle for the governorship ticket of the All Progressives Congress (APc) in the state.

He was declared winner of the governorship primary of the party in the state Saturday, by defeating former secretary to the state government Moshood Adeoti who was backed by minister for interior, Rauf Aregbesola.

He also defeated the third candidate in the contest, Lasun Yusuf.

The Kwara Governor, AbdulRaham AbdulRazak, Chairman of the Primary Election Committee, announced the results at about 3.00 a.m at the APC Secretariat in Osogbo on Sunday morning.

AbdulRazak said that the total registered voters for the exercise was 408,697.

The chairman added that the total number of accredited voters was 247,207, while the total votes cast was 235,550.

He said: “I, AbdulRaham AbdulRazak, the Chairman, Primary Election Committee, hereby certified that Adegboyega Isiaka Oyetola, having scored the highest votes cast in Osun governorship primary election held on Feb.19 and met all requirements as contained in the guidelines of the election is hereby declared the winner.”

In his remarks, the Chairman of APC in Osun, Mr Gboyega Famodun, commended the committee for a job well done.

Famodun said the peaceful outcome of the primary had put an end to the tension in the state.

The breakdown of the results:

Atakunmosa East LG
Registered vote: 8628

Accredited: 2917

Oyetola: 2637
Adeoti: 165
Lasun

Atakunmosa West LG

Reg: 8964
Acc: 5055
Oyetola: 4655
Adeoti: 305
Lasun: 07

Ayedaade LG

Reg: 15185

Acc: 4371

Oyetola: 3615

Adeoti: 540

Lasun

Ayedire

Reg: 6763

Acc: 3664

Oyetola: 3204

Adeoti: 279

Lasun: 03

Boluwaduro

Reg: 9422

Acc: 6527

Oyetola: 6399

Adeoti: 62

Lasun:

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Boripe

Reg: 18410

Acc: 15531

Oyetola: 15034

Adeoti: 05

Lasun:

Ede North

Reg: 11908

Acc: 0834

Oyetola: 0110

Adeoti: 311

Lasun: 02

Ede south

Total no of voters — 7372

Accredited voters — 3525

Gboyega Oyetola — 2664

Yusuf Lasun — 0

Moshood Adeoti — 628

Egbedore

Reg: 10089

Acc: 6334

Oyetola: 5500

Adeoti: 420

Lasun:

Ejigbo

Reg: 12579

Acc: 8367

Oyetola: 8007

Adeoti: 360

Lasun:

Ife Central

Reg: 14331

Acc: 11881

Oyetola: 10843

Adeoti: 334

Lasun: 01

Ifedayo LGA

Total no of voters — 6586

Accredited voters — 4678

Gboyega Oyetola — 4214

Yusuf Lasun — 0

Moshood Adeoti — 141

Ife East

Total no of voters — 15922

Accredited voters — 12529

Gboyega Oyetola — 12030

Yusuf Lasun — 0

Moshood Adeoti — 326

Ifelodun

Reg: 16789

Acc: 12971

Oyetola: 11873

Adeoti: 631

Lasun: 27

Ife North

Reg: 9329

Acc: 3795

Oyetola: 3377

Adeoti: 242

Lasun: 05

Ife South LGA

Total no of voters — 11435

Accredited voters — 8673

Gboyega Oyetola — 8268

Yusuf Lasun — 0

Moshood Adeoti — 043

Ila

Reg: 11359

Acc: 9223

Oyetola: 8834

Adeoti: 47

Lasun:

Ilesa East

Reg: 11132

Acc: 5846

Oyetola: 4857

Adeoti: 483

Lasun: 1

Ilesa West

Reg: 11552

Acc: 4660

Oyetola: 3877

Adeoti: 446

Lasun:

Irepodun

Reg: 20563

Acc: 9692

Oyetola: 7928

Adeoti: 732

Lasun: 294

Irewole

Reg: 14085

Acc: 8432

Oyetola: 7560

Adeoti: 537

Lasun:

Isokan

Reg: 14366

Acc: 6899

Oyetola: 6468

Adeoti: 279

Lasun: 13

Iwo

Reg: 24543

Acc: 14690

Oyetola: 9432

Adeoti: 2543

Lasun: 01

Obokun

Reg: 13048

Acc: 5910

Oyetola: 5245

Adeoti: 527

Lasun: 02

Odo-Otin

Reg: 14304

Acc: 8119

Oyetola: 7735

Adeoti: 384

Lasun:

Olaoluwa

Reg: 8747

Acc: 4134

Oyetola: 3771

Adeoti: 363

Lasun:

Olorunda

Reg: 18402

Acc: 8087

Oyetola: 7103

Adeoti: 555

Lasun: 01

Oriade

Reg: 16186

Acc: 11384

Oyetola: 10935

Adeoti: 438

Lasun:

Orolu

Reg: 8927

Acc: 7768

Oyetola: 6652

Adeoti: 130

Lasun:

Osogbo

Reg: 37771

Acc: 23711

Oyetola: 22265

Adeoti: 655
Lasun: 170

Total: 408697

Acc: 247207

Cast: 235550

Oyetola: 222169

Lasun: 460

Adeoti: 12921

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