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APC CANDIDATE DECLARED WINNER OF THE RE-RUN ELECTION FOR AKAMKPA-BIASE FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY                                                                  04-02-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                      APC candidate, Dr Emil Inyang, has been declared winner of the February 3, 2024 re-run election for Akamkpa-Biase Federal Constituency, in Cross River State.

Announcing the results at the INEC Area Office in Akamkpa LGA, the Returning Officer, Joshua Ukpong, said the APC candidate scored a total of fifteen thousand nine hundred and thirty votes to defeat his closest opponent, Austin Aidam of the PDP, who garnered twelve thousand four hundred and seventeen votes.

Elsewhere in the state, the PDP candidate in the re-run election for Obanliku State constituency, Pius Ashakia, has been returned elected having scored the majority vote cast of ten thousand five hundred and eighty-seven votes against ten thousand four hundred and twenty-seven scored by APC candidate, Sunday Achunekang.

Similarly, the PDP had also clinched victory in Yala II state constituency re-run election after its candidate, Martins Achadu amassed a total of nine thousand one hundred and sixty-eight votes.

He was closely followed by the APC candidate, Cynthia Nkasi, who scored eight thousand six hundred and fourty-seven.

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