Rhodes-Vivour got two votes, Sanwo-Olu secures 121 in governor’s polling unit


LAGOS State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu today won in his polling unit, defeating his closest rival with 121 to two votes in the governorship election.

Other political parties, namely the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP), scored one; African Development Congress (ADC) got one; and Accord Party secured a vote.

Sanwo-Olu voted at his polling unit 006, St Stephen Adeniji Adele, Lagos Island, near his family house.

The reporter noted that security officers, including the police, Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), and Immigration, were fewer at polling units in Lagos Island than in other locations the reporter visited during the exercise.

However, there were no complaints from any of the party agents the reporter met at over a dozen polling units he visited in the area. The ICIR also observed the area was very peaceful during the exercise, with many youth playing different games on the empty roads.

Some of the polling units (PU) are 004, Anikantamo Ward 003, Odunifa Ore, 023 Idumagbo Aremu, In Front 45, and Idumagbo, all in Adeniji Adele; and PU 005 Ilupesin Idumagbo Ojogiwa, 022 and 017 Ilupesin, Idumagbo, PU 004, Ward C3, and Isale Gangan (also known as Ward 9).

At PU 007, Stephen’s Adeniji Adele, near Governor Sanwo-Olu’s polling unit, the APC got 106 votes, LP had four, PDP won 3, and Young Progressives Party (YPP) secured three votes.


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