PDP’s Jandor wins polling unit in Lagos
CITIZENS COMPASS– THE Governorship candidate of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Lagos State, Olajide Adediran, popularlly known as Jandor, has won his polling unit in the Ojo Local Government Area.
He polled 87 votes at the polling unit to defeat Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of the APC and Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour of the Labour Party (LP).
There was low voter turnout in Saturday’s election in Lagos and many other states across Nigeria.
Jandor voted at Osolu Secondary School, Irewe 1 in Ojo, his hometown on Saturday.
Sanwo-Olu polled 66 votes out of the 157 total valid votes cast at the unit.
LP, ZLP, NRM and ADP had one vote each.
There are 557 registered voters at the polling unit.
Lagos is one of the 28 states where governorship elections are being held in Nigeria.
The election was married with violence in some parts of the state.
There was violence in places like Ago/Ojota, Oshodi, Victoria Garden City (VGC), Awoyaya Ojo, Iba and several other areas as political thugs took over several voting units to disenfranchise people.
Snatching of ballot boxes took place unchecked.
INEC has postponed the elections in 10 polling units in VGC area.