The Peoples Democratic Party has won all the electoral positions contested in the Local Government Council poll held on May 30 in Benue State.
The election was conducted in 23 local government councils across 276 council wards of the state.
The election, which was adjudged by a team of election observers led by Ibrahim Sheka from Kano State, as having low turn out, featured five political parties.
The five parties were: Social Democratic Party, Accord Party, Africa Action Congress, All Progressives Grand Alliance, Labour Party and Peoples Democratic Party, while the main opposition political party, All Progressives Congress, boycotted the exercise.
The APC had alleged disqualification of their candidates by the Benue State Independent Electoral Commission and raised issues of bias against the commission.
Announcing the results of the polls on Sunday in Makurdi, BSIEC Chairman, Joseph Loko, declared all 23 chairmanship positions in the polls won by the PDP, including 276 councillorship seats.
Loko commended the BSIEC officials for the smooth conduct of the polls and directed all elected chairmen and councillors to report to the commissions office in Makurdi on June 1 for their Certificates of Return.