PDP chairman, Deji Doherty, alleged in a statement that the polls were manipulated to favour the ruling APC.
The All Progressives Congress candidate was re-elected after polling 22,002 votes, according to LASIEC.
According to Metilelu, the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP), Hassan Rafiu, had a total of 1497 votes, while Wasiu Adesina of APC had 4729 votes.
The News Agency of Nigeria’s correspondents, who monitored the exercise, reports that collations have started at the ward levels where winners of the councillorship election would be returned.
Retired Justice Ayotunde Phillips, LASIEC Chairman, said this while briefing newsmen on Saturday after touring some polling units in Lagos Mainland Local Government and Yaba Local Council Development Areas (LCDAs).
Retired Justice Ayotunde Phillips, the Chairman of LASIEC, said this while briefing newsmen on Saturday after touring some polling units in Lagos Mainland Local Government Area and Yaba Local Council Development Area. (LCDA).
NAN reports that there was low turnout of voters in many polling units visited in Badagry, Alimosho, Epe, Mushin and Odi-Olowo Local Government Councils.
The News Agency of Nigeria correspondents covering the polls report that while some officials of the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission arrived promptly, others got to the polling centres more than one hour after the scheduled time for the election.
This was contained in a press statement by the Commissioner of Information, Gbenga Omotoso, on Thursday.
The highly controversial primary election was held on May 29, with many storming the state secretariat in protest.
The African Action Congress on Tuesday said it would contest only three councillorship seats in two local government councils at…
The PDP Chairman in Lagos, Adedeji Doherty, expressed this optimism in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that armed security personnel were strategically positioned at the entrance and within the premises of the secretariat.
The PDP Chairman in Lagos, Adedeji Doherty, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos on Monday that the primaries, earlier scheduled for May 25, would now hold three days later.
The PDP Publicity Secretary in the state, Taofik Gani, gave the commendation in a statement issued on Sunday in Lagos.
This is contained in a statement issued by the PDP Chairman in Lagos, Adedeji Doherty on Thursday.
LASIEC Chairman, Retired Justice Ayotunde Philips, in the guidelines issued on Saturday, said the commission had fixed N150, 000, N100, 000 and N75, 000 as nomination forms fees for the chairmanship, vice-chairmanship and councillorship candidates, respectively.
The election is scheduled to hold on July 24, as stated by the 1999 Nigerian Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Retired Justice Ayotunde Phillips, Chairman of Lagos State Independence Electoral Commission (LASIEC) said this in a statement on Tuesday in Lagos.
The Chairman of the House Committee on Judiciary, Human Rights, Public Petitions and LASIEC, Victor Akande, made this known during a public hearing in Lagos on Thursday.