Sunday, January 10, 2016

Results Collation Suspended As Dickson Takes Early Lead

Governor Seriake Dickson of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has taken an early lead in the Bayelsa supplementary governorship poll following official results collated by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), today, January 10.
Results have so far been
announced in four out of seven local governments were supplementary elections were conducted.
In the four local government results announced, Dickson recorded victory in three LGAs ( Yenogoa, Sagbama and Ogbia) with his biggest rival Chief Timipre Sylva of the All Progressives Congress (APC) recording in just one local government (Brass).
Before commencing collation of the results, INEC had advised Nigerians to disregard results being posted on social media.
A statement from INEC reads: “Fake results are being released via the social media. Those figures are not from us.
“Authentic results will be announced once we get them from the field.”
Here is an update from a realiable source from Bayelsa .
02:05am: Professor Akpagu says results being expected in 3 LGAs don’t look like getting to the collation centre anytime soon and so calls for a break. Results collation to continue on Sunday, January 10 by 11am.

02:00am: Ogbia LGA
No of voters – 4344
No of Accredited Voters – 1551
APC – 139
PDP – 1290
Total Valid Votes – 1449
Rejected Votes – 47
Total Votes Cast – 1496

01:50am: Sagbama LGA
No of Reg Voters
No of Accredited voters
APC – 119
PDP – 180
Total Valid Votes – 303
Rejected Votes – 21
Total Votes Cast – 324
Supplementary election was held in one registration area and six polling units.

01:30am: Brass LGA
Total Voters
Accredited Voters
APC – 1679
PDP – 05
Total Valid Votes
Rejected Votes
Total Votes cast
Supplementary elections were held in three registration areas and six polling units

01:14am: Yenogoa LGA
No REG Voters
No Accredited Voters
APC – 448
PDP – 839
Total Valid Votes – 1309
Rejected Votes – 14
Total Votes Cast – 1368
Supplementary elections were held in seven registration areas and 18 polling units.

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