(Photo of Wike, PDP Governorship Candidate and other PDP members)
A news report by Channels Television has shown that the People's Democratic Party secured the highest number of votes in two Local Government Areas of Rivers state so far in the gubernatorial election.
According to the report, the People's Democratic Party won in TAI Local Government Area of Rivers state by securing a total number of 9,276 votes. The Social Democratic Party (SDP) came distant second with 508. APC came third with 295. ACCORD Party came 4th with 35 votes. The Labour Party secured just 13 votes.
In OPOBO-NKORO Local Government Area, PDP won with a landslide victory, securing 11,538 while APC came second with 1,426 votes. SDP got 159 votes. ACCORD had 16 votes while Labour Party secured just 10 votes.
In GOKANA LGA, PDP got 17,455 votes. SDP came second with 13,840 votes. APC came third with 7,410 votes.
In OGU-BOLO Local Government Area, PDP won by securing 7,103 votes. APC came second with 1,524 votes. SDP came third with 310 votes.
However, many have reacted to the results, claiming it might have been rigged.
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