Isiaka Olagunju (SAN), the OYSIEC Chairman, disclosed this on Sunday in Ibadan.
The OYSIEC Chairman, Isiaka Olagunju (SAN), announced this on Saturday in Ibadan after a monitoring exercise, disclosing that the decision was taken due to the omission of Zenith Labour Party (ZLP) logo on the ballot papers.
Michael Blessed, the Rivers State Independent Electoral Commission Returning Officer, made the declaration on Saturday shortly after results collation in Ngo town, headquarters of the LGA.
Agboola who served in the first term of Governor Akeredolu contested under the platform of the Zenith Labour Party but lost the election.
The announcement was made on Tuesday after a stakeholders meeting at the ZLP secretariat in Ibadan.
Prof. Ahmed Mohammed of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi, the Returning Officer, announced the results in Dass on Sunday.
The party in a statement issued by Yekini Nabena, its Deputy National Publicity Secretary, on Sunday in Abuja said it would continue to ensure that the will of the people prevailed at all elections.
In a congratulatory message by his spokesman, Femi Adesina, in Abuja on Sunday, Buhari lauded the resounding victory of the governor at the election held on Saturday.
Prof. Abel Olayinka, the Returning Officer of INEC, who is also the Vice Chancellor, University of Ibadan, said that Akeredolu got 292,830 votes to defeat Eyitayo Jegede of the Peoples Democratic Party who got 195,791 votes while Ajayi Agboola of Zenith Labour Party got 69,127 votes.
He scored 13,383.
He scored 26,657.
Results from 16 LGAs announced so far
Results officially announced by the INEC LG Collation Officers revealed that the governor scored 23,571 votes.
Akeredolu, who was leading in nine of the12 local governments earlier announced, has won in three more local government areas of Ose, Okitipupa, and Ondo West.
The independent National Electoral Commission announced the loss of the ZLP on Sunday morning despite the fact that Mimiko hails from Ondo town.
The result for the LGA was announced on Sunday morning by the Independent National Electoral Commission.
The Independent National Electoral Commission declared the result on Sunday morning in Akure, the Ondo State capital.
He polled 395 votes while Governor Rotimi Akeredolu of the All Progressives Congress polled 13 votes, Eyitayo Jegede of the Peoples Democratic Party, polled five votes.
Omogbehin, also a member of Gov. Rotimi Akeredolu’s Campaign Council in the October 10 governorship election in the state, announced his defection in a statement on Saturday in Okitipupa.
While the immediate Chief of Staff to the Ondo State Government, Dr. Kola Ademujimi, led the PDP defectors, Chief Bepie Akintunde led those of the APC into the ZLP at a meeting of ZLP in Idanre Local Government Area of the State.