A very close ally of the governor said he won 95 per cent percent of Sagbama votes, also Ogbia and Yenagoa.
The Bayelsa State governorship rerun election seems to have been won and lost as the People Democratic Party (PDP) is in a comfortable lead with sixty-two percent of the total vote cast across the state.
Already party chieftains are in celebration mood as PDP has chalked up a total of 11,567 of the 14,445 rerun votes, thereby leaving the major opposition party, All Progressive Congress (APC), with a mere 2,721 votes from the figures released so far.
With the very low turnout recorded, which was an apparent direct fallout from the violence that characterized the Southern Ijaw local government areas, Ekeremor and Nembe, there is no way APC will overtake the PDP with its over 40,000 lead.
Meanwhile, a close observation of the voting pattern in Bayelsa State further makes victory almost certain for Hon. Seriake Dickson, who is set to break the two – tenure jinx.
So far Governor Dickson made a clean sweep of Amassoma, the home town of the state’s first elected governor, late DSP Alamiesiegha.
A very close ally of the governor said he won 95 per cent percent of Sagbama votes, Ogbia and Yenagoa.
He is also in a vantage position ahead of Chief Timipre Sylva, thereby making victory almost certain for him.
SOUTHERN IJAW WARD 3 # BayelsaDecides UNIT 1 PDP 215 APC 26 UNIT 2 PDP 360 APC 36 UNIT 3 PDP 96 APC 36 UNIT 4 PDP 104 APC 54 UNIT 5 PDP 157 APC 11 UNIT 6 PDP 53 APC 3 UNIT 7 PDP 114 APC 23 UNIT 8 PDP 49 APC 14 UNIT 9 PDP 383 APC 12 UNIT 10 PDP 73 APC 37 UNIT 11 PDP 78 APC 22 UNIT 12 PDP 53 APC 11 UNIT 13 PDP 87 APC 28 UNIT 14 PDP 45 APC 42 UNIT 15 PDP 41 APC 36 UNIT 16 PDP 46 APC 30 UNIT 17 PDP 36 APC 34 UNIT 18 PDP 16 APC 34 UNIT 19 PDP 47 APC 41 UNIT 20 PDP 63 APC 70 UNIT 21 PDP 65 APC 11 UNIT 22 PDP 41 APC 30 UNIT 23 PDP 37 APC 24 UNIT 24 PDP 64 APC 20 UNIT 25 CANCELLED UNIT 26 PDP 82 APC 39 UNIT 27 PDP 199 APC 11
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