PDP Sweeps LG Polls In Oyo

The Oyo State Independent Electoral Commission (OYSIEC) Chairman, Aare Isiaka Abiola Olagunju on Sunday May 23 2021 declared the Peoples Democratic Party PDP candidates winner for all the 31 local government elections results declared so far at the OYSIEC headquarters Agodi Ibadan.

The OYSIEC boss declared and confirmed lthe PDP candidates as the winner of the Saturday May 22 2021 local government elections, as well as returning chairmen of the declared local government areas so far.

However, the Peoples Democratic Party PDP has cleared all the results of the local government elections declared so far.

The situation at the OYSIEC Hall venue of the declaration of results of the local government elections was calm, as the OYSIEC chairman, Aare Isiaka Abiola Olagunju announced 15 minutes of break before the declaration of the results for Ibarapa East local government elections.

It would be recalled that there were protest in the affected Ibarapa East local government Area by some aggrieved youths over snatching of ballot papers in their polling booths by unknown hoodlums, believed to be political thugs.

Also, the Ido local government elections has been postponed to May 29th 2021.
Meanwhile, the swearing-in of newly elected local government chairmen in the state has been slated for May 24 at 10am, House of Chiefs, Ibadan, the capital of the state.
in a release signed by Alhaji Wasiu Adeleke,

Oyo State PDP Secretary and made available to the journalists on Sunday, it said ”I want to on behalf of the leadership of the party say a very big congratulations to you all.

“This election is a clear testament that our party is loved and our major responsibility is to maintain and sustain the love of the people”.

“I pray that Almighty God will give us all the wisdom, strength and capacity to do well for our people and lead them appropriately. PDP in Oyo State is proud of you and once again, we say congratulations to you all. This is to also inform you all that your swearing-in is 10am tomorrow at the House of Chiefs, Ibadan”, Adeleke said

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