Labour Party Wins Former Kogi Governor’s Polling Unit

Spread the love

A former governor of Kogi state and the Director-General of the Kogi State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential Campaign Council, Alhaji Ibrahim Idris, lost his polling unit to Labour party.

The ex-Governor who casted his votes in his country home at Abejukolo in Omala local government area of Kogi state, lost to the Labour party at Unit 15.

Breakdown of result for Unit 15, the polling unit of the former Governor:

PDP – 61
LP – 85
APC – 41

The final results shows the PDP won Omala Omala local government while the APC came second. Below is the breakdown of the Presidential election result:

APC — 6,374 Votes
PDP — 6,420 Votes
Difference – 46 Votes

The former governor who has been in his local government area for days now, lobbying electorates to vote for his party was said to have been angry over the abysmal result after the election.

Alh. Idris was shocked at the result saying “if the ruling party with no funds for mobilization could pull such votes in an election, he spent a huge amount of money. That means he has no credibility in the party anymore.”

The ex-Governor said to have left his hometown, Icheke, in anger and caution his party men not to involve him in any political activities for now.

Spread the love