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Nigeria: INEC Annnounces Osun Governorship Election Results

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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has commenced the announcement of the electoral results in the various local governments in the state.

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Below are the results announced so far:

Boluwaduro LG

ADP: 858

APC: 3843

ADP: 3779

PDP: 3779

SDP: 1766

Registered Voters: 20,442

Accredited Voters: 11,173

Total Valid Votes: 10,544

Rejected Votes: 619



Atakunmosa West LGA

ADC: 106

ADP: 718

APC: 5019

PDP: 5401

SDP: 1570

Registered Voters: 30,328

Accredited Voters: 14,252

Total Valid Votes: 13,266

Rejected Votes: 913

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Ifedayo LGA

ADC: 52

ADP: 176

APC: 3182

PDP: 3374

SDP: 1377

Registered Voters: 15,459

Accredited Voters: 8,693

Ede South LGA

ADC: 83

ADP: 357

APC: 4512

PDP: 16693

SDP: 855

Registered Voters: 46,887



Orolu LG

ADC: 79

ADP: 388

APC: 5442

PDP: 7776

SDP: 2043

Registered Voters: 31904

Obokun LG

ADC: 106

ADP: 663

APC: 7229

PDP: 10,859

SDP: 1907

Registered Voters: 45,959

Accredited Voters: 22,617

Total Votes Cast: 22,617

Ilesa East

ADC: 188

ADP: 1275

APC: 9790

PDP: 8244

SDP: 3260

Registered Voters: 65,745

Accredited Voters: 26, 194

BORIPE LGA

APC 11,655

PDP 6, 892

SDP 2,730

ADC 137

ADP 1,137

Registered Voters 3,739

Accredited Voters 25,045



Ilesha West LG

ADC – 124

ADP – 2353

APC – 7251

PDP – 8286

SDP – 2408

Oriade LG

ADC – 109

ADP – 1224

APC – 9778

PDP – 10109

SDP – 2265

Irepodun LGA

ADC – 158

ADP – 2564

APC – 6517

PDP – 8058

SDP – 4856

Ila LG

ADC – 96

ADP – 183

APC – 8403

PDP – 8241

SDP – 3134

Isokan LG

ADC – 56

ADP – 682

APC – 7297

PDP – 9048

SDP – 3460

Ayedaade LG

ADC – 145

ADP – 1645

APC – 10,864

PDP – 9836

SDP – 2967

Atakumosa East LG

ADC – 60

ADP – 629

APC – 7073

PDP – 5218

SDP – 2140



Ede North

ADC – 89

ADP – 758

APC – 7025

PDP – 18745

SDP – 1380

Ifèlodun LG

ADC 236

ADP 2844

APC 9882

PDP 12,269

SDP 1970

Ayedire LG

ADC 144

ADP 1642

APC 5474

PDP 5133

SDP 2396

Ife North

ADC 94

ADP 745

APC 6527

PDP 5486

SDP 5158

Ejigbo LG

ADC 258

ADP 592

APC 14,779

PDP 11,116

SDP 4803

Egbedore LG

ADC 119

ADP 636

APC 7354

PDP 7231

SDP 3367

Ife Central LG

ADC 194

ADP 1053

APC 6957

PDP 3200

SDP 20,494

Irewole LG

ADC 249

ADP 1915

APC 10,049

PDP 13,848

SDP 1142

Ọlọ́rundá LG

ADC 335

ADP 1409

APC 16,254

PDP 9850

SDP 7061

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Olaoluwa LG

ADC 1408

ADP 2194

APC 5025

PDP 4026

SDP 2104

Ife South

ADC 136

ADP 561

APC 7223

PDP 4872

SDP 6151

ADP 507

APC 8925

PDP 6608

SDP 17,643

Iwo LG

ADC 1164

ADP 16,425

APC 7644

PDP 6122

SDP 4153

OSOGBO LG

APC 23,379

ADP 2478

PDP 14,499

SDP 10,188

ADC 413

Just one more to go, and the winner will be announced.

From the summation of the results, PDP has 254,698 votes while APC has 254, 345. The difference between both parties is 353 votes.

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PM Abiy reiterates Ethiopia’s decision over latest clampdown.

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Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has finally spoken on ongoing anti-corruption and rights abuse clampdown stating that there was not going to be any backing down let alone retreat.

A statement from the Abiy’s office issued in Amharic tasked citizens to rally behind the development as a means of ridding the country of lawlessness and criminal elements.

State-affiliated FBC reported that the statement titled, ‘Let’s Fight (the) Cancer,’ said the government was bent on bringing people behind injustices to book.



The statement said the underlying objective of recent arrests was to get rid of Ethiopia criminals. “… criminals do not care about ethnicity, country, or morality; they only care for themselves.

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“The key to justice is to create a system for innocent citizens to live in freedom and dignity while criminals are held accountable and punished in accordance with the law,” the statement read in part.

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Since early this week, authorities have announced the arrest of over sixty former military and intelligence officials arrested in connection with rights abuse in prisons and gross corruption in the military run business conglomerate, Metals and Engineering Corporation, MetEC.

A former head of MetEC, Kinfe Dagnew; and a former intelligence chiefs, Tekleberhan Woldearegay and Yared Zerihun have all been detained and put before courts in the capital, Addis Ababa.

Head of security at the state monopoly, Ethio Telecom, Gudeta Olana, has also been arrested as has head of the entity and brother of ex-MetEC boss, Essayas Dagnew.

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New Zealand denies refusing refugees with holiday visas entry.

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New Zealand’s Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, on Friday, rejected allegations that the country’s government was blocking refugees who wished to travel into the country from Nauru on visitor visas.

Nauru’s president, Baron Waqa, also claimed in an interview with Australian media that he had also personally brokered a deal for New Zealand to accept 80 refugees currently located on the island.



“It’s incorrect to say that there is some kind of agreement for 80 specific individuals to take residence or visit,’’ Ardern told media at the East Asia Summit in Singapore.

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“The request did not ask about whether refugees could visit New Zealand on holiday visas,’’ he added.

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The country assessed all applications for visitor visas on a case-by-case basis. This applies regardless of a person’s country of origin or nationality.

The country is under pressure to transfer the remaining 30 children from the island.

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