The Independent National Electoral Commission popularly known as INEC has revealed the five house of Representatives seats that have been won by Labour Party in Lagos State.
It was reported few days ago that the Labour Party only won two house of representatives seats in Lagos State, but INEC have now released the original list, and that contains 5 of the Party's aspirants in February 25th election.
The Independent National Electoral Commission posted the winners of the 2023 house of representatives election on their verified Twitter handle on Monday night, and the likes of APC, PDP, Labour Party, APGA, NNPP, YPP, SDP have many representatives who will be representing their constituencies in the incoming NASS.
Prior to February 25 election, no Labour Party members has won the house of representatives seat in Lagos State, but they have been able to win five this year.
Out of the 24 House of Representatives seats in Lagos State, the ruling party, All Progressives Congress (APC) has the total number of 19 representatives, while Labour Party has 5 representatives.
According to Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), here are the five House of Representatives seats that have been won by Labour Party in Lagos State;
Eti-Osa constituency - Mr Thaddeus Attah of Labour Party
Ojo constituency - Oluwaseyi Ayopo Sowumi of Labour Party
Amuwo-Odofin constituency - Olawande George of Labour Party
Oshodi-Isolo 1 - Dawodu Bashiru Ayinla of Labour Party
Oshodi-Isolo 2 constituency - Barrister Jesse Okey Joe Onuakalusi of Labour Party.
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