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The candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Christopher Zaka, on Sunday emerged as the winner of the chairmanship election for Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) after getting 19,302 votes.
He was declared the winner of the chairmanship post for the council election after beating the candidate of All Progressives Congress (APC), Murtala Usman – who polled 13,240 votes – and 12 other candidates.
Total votes cast for the AMAC elections were 33,764.
Similarly, the PDP candidate in the Kuje Area Council chairmanship election in the Federal Capital Territory, Suleman Sabo, swept to victory in the poll.
The Independent National Electoral Commission, through Returning Officer, Sule Mahaji, announced the result on Sunday morning.
He said Sabo polled a total of 13,301 votes while his closest rival, Sarki Hamidu, of the All Progressives Congress, polled 7,694 votes.
With a total margin of 5,607 votes to defeat his closest rival, Sabo will now serve a second term in office as chairman of Kuje Council Area.
Below are the official results released by INEC:
Kuje Central (ward 01)
APC – 1717
PDP – 3671
Chibiri (ward 02)
Gaube (ward 03)
APC – 1793
PDP – 2,226
Kwaku (ward 04)
APC – 562
PDP – 1450
Kabi (ward 05)
APC – 271
PDP – 433
Rubochi (ward 06)
APC – 1047
PDP – 1506
Gwargwada (ward 07)
APC – 365
PDP – 583
Gudrun Karya (ward 08)
APC – 420
PDP – 1032
Kujekwa (ward 09)
APC – 76
PDP – 106
Yenche ( ward 10)
APC – 271
PDP – 455
But in Gwagwalada Area Council election as shown by the results, the APC defeated the PDP.
Jibrin Abubakar of APC – 11,125;
Mohammed Kasim of PDP – 9,597
Returning Officer – Prof. Illiyasu Umar
KUJE AREA COUNCIL RESULTS
The incumbent Chairman, Suleiman Sabo PDP gathered a total of 13,301;
Sarki Hamidu of the APC – 7,694
Sule Magaji, the INEC Returning Officer.