Mu’azu, Gov. Aliyu , Fail Jonathan, Lose Units To APC….AS Oyegun Also Falls Short
Results so far released of the Presidential and National Assembly elections held showed the National Chairman of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Adamu Mu’azu, failed to deliver his ward to President Goodluck Jonathan.
In Mu’azu’s hometown, PDP’s presidential candidate, President Jonathan, got only 98 votes while presidential candidate of the opposition party, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, got 2,993 in Kardam B, Boto Ward in Tafawa Balewa council area of the state.
The Senate result also released showed that the senatorial candidate of the opposition APC, Mallam Ali Wakili, won with a total of 2,300 votes, while PDP senatorial candidate and Bauchi Governor, Isa Yuguda, also lost in the same ward with a total vote of 1,600.
Barrister Dogara Yakubu of APC also won the House of Representatives elections with 2,347 to beat PDP candidate, who got 1,782 votes.
Also, Governor of Niger state, Aliyu loses in his nquest to represent his people of Niger East Senatorial District. He lost to his rival and All Progressives Congress, APC candidate, Mr. David Umaru.
Umaru won in five out of the nine local governments that make up the zone.
Aliyu was defeated in all the wards of the five local governments as declared by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.
While, the governor scored 46,459 votes, Umar polled 149,443.
In the same vein, Senate President David Mark lost the Senate Seat in Adoka, Ugboju constituency of Benue State. He was roundly defeated by the APC candidate. The same way APC Chairman, John Oyegun who lost his ward woefully to the more powerful strength of the PDP