APC,PDP National Assembly primaries results - Politics - Nairaland


Eti-Osa Federal constituency, Mr. Bakare Akala emerged as the winner while at the Oshodi/Isolo Federal constituency 1, Mr. Mutiu Shadimu won.

Ikeja, Mr. Kunle Okunola emerged as the party’s candidate while in Oshodi/Isolo Federal constituency 2, Mr. Tony Nwoolu emerged as the winner.

Ajeromi-Ifelodun it was Mrs. Rita Orji while in Ikorodu, Mr. Ola Animashaun emerged as the candidate of the party.

Kosofe, Mrs. Sherifat Hassan emerged the winner while in Alimosho, Otunba Busari Ayinde came out tops.

Mushin constituency 1, it was Mr. Oluremi Adeyelu while in Lagos Island, it was Mr. Rahman Salawe.


Abia North : Mao Ohuabunwa (PDP)

Anambra North Senatorial : Stella Oduah (PDP)

Akwa Ibom

Akwa Ibom North-West :Godswill Obot Akpabio (PDP)
Akwa Ibom North-East :Bassey Albert Akpan (PDP)
Akwa Ibom South :Nelson Effiong (PDP)


Kaduna south : Dr. John Danjuma Laah (PDP) Esther Nenadi Usman has lost the bid to return to the National Assembly.
Kaduna North : Senator Ahmed Makarfi (PDP)
Kaduna central : Ahmed Mukhtar Aruwa (PDP)

Ekiti North : Mr. Duro Fasey (PDP)
Ekiti South :Mrs. Abiodun Olujim (PDP)
Ekiti Central :Mrs. Fatimat Raji-Rasaki (PDP) beat former Senator Bode Ola

House of Representatives Ekiti

Ido/Osi Local Government, Chief Thaddeus Aina (PDP)
Ekiti North 1 Federal Constituency Mr. Kehinde Agboola (PDP)
Ekiti South 2 Federal Constituency Mr. Akin Awodumila (PDP)
Ekiti South 1 Federal Constituency :Mr. Segun Adekola (PDP
Ekiti Central 1 : Mr, Ayodeji Oladimeji (PDP)
Ekiti Central 2 : Mr. Olamide Oni.

Lam’s son in, Arisekola’s son out
Though the eldest son of a former Oyo State Governor, Alh. Lam Adesina, lost the governorship ticket to the incumbent, Abiola Ajimobi, his younger brother, Adedapo Lam-Adesina, was among those who picked the All Progressives Congress (APC) tickets for the House of Representatives in Sunday’s primary in Oyo State.
Adedapo, who is currently the Commissioner for the Ministry of Industry, Applied Science and Technology in the state, defeated other aspirants to pick the ticket for Ibadan North East/South East Federal Constituency. He polled 449 out of the 610 votes cast.
The incumbent lawmaker representing Ibadan North West/South West Constituency, Hon. Saheed Fijabi also scored the highest votes to retain the ticket. He scored 180 votes to beat Kola Ajadi, who polled 179 votes.
But Umar Farouk, who is a son of the late business mogul, AbdulAzeez Arisekola Alao lost to the incumbent, Hon. Abiodun Awoleye.
Awoleye polled 140 votes to beat Farouk who scored 114, ‎Idris Lapade, 73, Amoo, one vote, Adetona, two and Esan, six votes.
In Lagelu/Akinyele Federal Constituency, a member of the State House of Assembly, Hon. Temitope Olatoye (aka Sugar) won the ticket unopposed. Mathew Abioye also picked the ticket in Surulere/Ogo Oluwa Constituency unopposed.
The current Commissioner for Environment and Habitat, Mr Jide Adewale won the Oluyole Federal Constituency ticket while Sunday Adepoju defeated others to pick the ticket for Iddo/Ibarapa East

Kashamu wins PDP tickets
Chairman, Organising and Mobilisation Committee of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP), Prince Buruji Kashamu has emerged winners of their party’s Senate tickets for Ogun East and Ogun Central.
In Ijebu Ode, venue of the PDP Senate primaries, Kashamu contested against two other aspirants, Taiwo Akintan and Dayo Oriola, while former governor Gbenga Daniel withdrew from the race earlier.
Kashamu polled 365 votes to clinch the ticket, Oriola got four votes while Akintan scored zero vote.
But the primary for Ogun Central which was postponed till Tuesday following alleged violence at the venue, was later reportedly conducted on Saturday with wife of Chief Edwin Clark, Bisola Sodipo – Clark said to have won.
An official of the party however denied that the postponed primary held.

Kure, Aliyu and Agwara clinch Niger PDP Senate tickets
Senate Committee Chairman on Maritime Transport, Senator Zaynab Abdulkadir Kure on Saturday defeated the immediate past state chairman of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Abdulraham Enagi to clinch the party’s ticket for Niger South Senatorial district.
She won by 328 votes while Enagi had eight votes .
In Niger East Senatorial primary, the State governor Dr. Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu emerged victorious. He defeated Alhaji Adamu Idris Kuta with 281 votes against 86 votes to emerge the party standard bearer for Niger zone B senatorial election in 2015.
‪The only candidate for Niger North senatorial zone, Honourable Halidu Agwara, a one time chairman, Agwara local government was returned unopposed.

Senate: Ex-Rep member, Saraki’s aide, emerge Kwara PDP candidates
Former member of the House of Representatives, Alhaji Yinusa Yahaya has emerged the Kwara North Senatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Alhaji Yahaya polled 108 votes to beat his closest rival, Manzuma Mommoh who polled 101 votes at the primaries conducted in Bode-Saadu, Moro local government area of the state.
Former security adviser to former governor Bukola Saraki, Alhaji Yinka Aluko won the Kwara central ticket, polling 83 votes. His opponent and businessman, Alhaji Abdulrahaman Abdulrazak garnered 81 votes.
In Kwara south, veteran politician and 2011 Kwara south senatorial candidate of the Allied Congress Party of Nigeria (ACPN), Lola Ashiru beat four others to emerge as the flag bearer of the party. Mr. Ashiru, an architect polled 132 votes

Jang, Dariye emerge winners
Plateau State governor, Jonah Jang has won the Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP) ticket for Plateau North Senatorial primaries held on Sunday.
Gov Jang polled 273 votes to defeat his closest and only opponent, Ambassador Ibrahim Kassai who had 18 votes.
In Plateau Central Senatorial Zone, incumbent Senator Joshua Dariye got the majority votes from the 262 .
Dariye polled 104, Hon Emmanuel Goar had 46 votes, Alexander Molwus, 84 votes and Satti Gogwim 12 votes.

Kwara Speaker, ex-minister, others emerge as APC Reps candidates
‪Speaker of the Kwara state House of Assembly, Razak Atunwa and former minister of state for Health, Princess Funke Adedoyin on Saturday emerged as the All Progressives Congress (APC)’s National Assembly candidates for the 2015 general elections.
Atunwa and Adedoyin are to represent Asa/Ilorin West and Irepodun/Isin/Oke-Ero in Kwara state.
The Speaker who was the sole candidate polled 1,545 votes to emerge the flag bearer of the party in the primary supervised by the INEC officials and five Man team of the APC from the National Headquarters led by Chief. Harry Osha.
Other members of the House of Reps that were returned unopposed include the House Reps Committee chair on media, Alhaji Zakari Mohammed representing Kaiama/Baruten and Ahman Patigi representing Edu/Patigi/Moro federal constituencies.
Other APC House of Reps candidates are a serving member of the state House of Assembly and Commissioner for Works and Transport, Tope Olayonu and Dr Abubakar Kaninke. They are to represent Offa/Oyun/Ifel

Ex-NLC VP wins APC Rep ticket , Senator looses seat
All Progressives Congress (APC) primaries in Edo Central was successfully conducted on Sunday across the district.
Mr Irabor Onikolease, a former Vice President of the NLC won the Esan North East/ Esan South East Federal Constituency.
He defeated the state commissioner of Energy and Water Resources, Mr Chris Ebare to clench the ticket.
The Senate Vice Chairman on Commerce, Mr Odion Ugbesia on Sunday lost his bid to return to the senate.
Ugbesia who is the senator representing Edo Central lost to his opponent, Mr Cliffors Ordia by 141 votes to 62 votes.
Ugbesia who is of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has been a senator since 2007


Rivers East -Sen. George Sekibo swept the election to contest the Rivers East senatorial seat for the third term today.

Rivers South-Chief Olaka Worgu

Rivers West- NO RESULT violence marred the primary in Rivers West in which three contestants including Chief Chibudom Nwuche and David Briggs were aspirants

Plateau State
Results showed that Barrister Edward Pwajok, who was the Governor’s Commissioner for Justice, floored all other candidates to clinch Jos South/Jos East constituency in the primary elections.

Similarly, Honourable Timothy Golu, another Jang’s man defeated his opponent to win the Pankshin/Kanke/Kanam federal constituency, while Jang’s former Permanent Secretary-Security, Mr Istifanus Gyang emerged unopposed winner of Barkin Ladi/Riyom constituency.

Also, Solomon Maren, Jang’s former commissioner for Housing and Urban Development equally floored other aspirants to clinch Mangu/Bokkos federal constituency, even as Honourable Beni Lar, also a loyalist of the Governor, emerged the winner of the Langtan north/Langtan South constituency ticket.

Johnbull Shekarau, former Deputy Speaker of the state House of Assembly, and another loyalist of the Governor also emerged winner of the ticket for Mikang/Shendam/Quan’pan constituency.

While the result of the Jos North/Bassa constituency was still being expected as the time of this story, Wase constituency was reportedly postponed for security concern

The Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, who was in Enugu State to cast his vote at Awgu local government headquarters venue of the primary election, described the exercise as free, fair and peaceful.

Three incumbent members of the House of Representatives from Enugu state emerged as candidates of PDP in the party primary election held in the state.

They include, Ambassador Kingsley Ebenyi for Enugu-East/Isiuzo, Toby Okechukwu for Awgu/Aninri/Oji-River and Princess Stella Ngwu for Igboetiti/Uzo-uwani federal constituencies.

This came as some aspirants especially incumbents however reportedly held parallel primaries where they announced themselves as win

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