Ekiti 2018 Governorship Election Result: Number of votes by 35 political parties

Ekiti 2018 Governorship Election Result: Number of votes by 35 political parties

While we all focused on the two major political parties in the just concluded election, here is the full list of Ekiti 2018 Governorship Election Result by each of the 35 political parties that contested on July 14.

  • Registered voters: 909, 585
  • Accredited voters: 405,861
  • Valid votes: 384, 594
  • Rejected votes: 18, 857

Total number of votes cast: 403,451

Political Parties Number of votes
1 Accord (A) 250
2 Action Alliance (AA) 41
3 Advanced Congress Of Democrats (ACD) 1149
4 Allinace for Democracy (AD) 216
5 Action Democatic Party (ADP) 1082
6 All Grassroots Allinace (AGA) 107
7 All Grand Alliance Party (AGAP) 31
8 Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party (ANRP) 125
9 African Peoples Alliance (APA) 1199
10 All Progressives Congress (APC) 197,459
11 Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (APDA) 464
12 All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) 70
13 Better Nigeria Progressive Party (BNPP) 14
14 Democratic AlternativE (DA) 14
15 Democratic Peoples Congress (DPC) 147
16 Democratic Peoples Party (DPP) 181
17 Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) 42
18 Green Party of Nigeria (GPN) 20
19 Independent Democrats (ID) 212
20 Kowa Party (KP) 23
21 Labour Party (LP) 280
22 Masses Movement Of Nigeria (MMN) 35
23 Mega Party Of Nigeria (MPN) 231
24 National Democratic Liberty Party (NDLP) 84
25 Nigeria Peoples Congress (NPC) 353
26 People’s Alliance for National Development & Liberty (PANDEL) 74
27 People For Democratic Change (PDC) 1242
28 Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) 178,121
29 Progressive Peoples Alliance (PPA) 632
30 Peoples Party of Nigeria (PPN) 187
31 Social Democratic Party (SDP) 367
32 UPD 29
33 Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN) 33
34 Young Democratic Party (YDP) 31
35 Young Progressive Party (YPP) 49
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Note:

We couldn’t find UPD on INEC’s official website, rather we found Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN).

UPD doesn’t exist on INEC website as one of the registered political parties at the time of filing this report (July 15, 2018).

How did APC and PDP perform in each of the Local Government Ekiti 2018 Governorship Election Result?

There are sixteen political parties in Ekiti, and here is how the two major contenders, DDr. Kayode Fayemi of APC, and Professor Olusola Eleka of PDP performed.

  1. Ilejemeje LGA
    APC – 4,153
    PDP – 3,937

    2. Irepodun/Ifelodun LGA
    APC – 13,869
    PDP – 11,456
  2. Ido-Osi LGA
    APC – 12,342
    PDP – 11,145
  3. Oye LGA
    APC – 14,995
    PDP – 11,271

*5. Efon LGA
APC – 5,082
PDP – 5,192

  1. Moba LGA
    APC – 11,837
    PDP – 8,520
  2. Ijero LGA
    APC – 14,192
    PDP – 11,077
  3. Gboyin LGA
    APC – 11,489
    PDP – 8,027

*9. Emure LGA
APC – 7,084
PDP – 7,121

*10. Ikere LGA
APC – 11,515
PDP – 17,183

  1. Ekiti West LGA
    APC – 12,648
    PDP – 10,137
  2. Ikole LGA
    APC – 14,522
    PDP – 13,961
  3. Ise Orun LGA
    APC – 11,908
    PDP – 6,297
  4. Ekiti East LGA
    APC – 12,778
    PDP – 11,564
  5. Ekiti South West LGA
    APC – 11,015
    PDP – 8,432
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*16. Ado-Ekiti LGA
APC – 28,111
PDP – 32,810

In all Fayemi, candidate of the All Progressives Congress won in 12 of the l6 local governments, leaving the PDP rival, Olusola Eleka, the remaining four, polling 197,459 votes while his PDP rival Olusola Eleka, a professor  got 178,121 votes.

Fayemi won in Ilejemeje, Irepodun/Ifelodun, which is the local council of the incumbent, Ayodele Fayose, Ido-Osi, Fayemi’s own local council.

Others include Oye, Moba, Ijero, Gboyin, Ekiti West, Ikole, Ise Orun, Ekiti East and Ekiti South West.

Eleka won in his local council of Ikere-Ekiti, Emure, Efon and Ado-Ekiti.

The chief returning officer, who is also the Vice Chancellor of University of Ibadan, Professor Abel Idowu Olayinka, declared Fayemi the winner and Governor-elect before 8.00 am on Sunday, July 15, 2018.

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