The Governorship and state assembly election was conducted today, and Nigerians all over the states were seen at their respective polling units casting their votes. According to reports, some polling units were peaceful, while some were attacked by thugs.
According to the news that was shared by Vanguard Newspaper on twitter, some states in Lagos state have started releasing their result. Polling unit 006, Ajao Estate in Lagos state are done with their election process and result has been announced .
Source: Vanguard Newspaper
The Labour Party (LP) won in both the governorship and state assembly election in Ajao Estate in Lagos state. Check out the political party with the highest number of votes.
Labour party (LP) - 167
People's Democratic Party (PDP) - 0
All Progressive Congress (APC) - 34
State Assembly Election
Labour Party (LP) - 176
People's Democratic Party (PDP) - 3
All Progressive Congress (APC) - 22
Conclusively, with the above results, you will realise that the Labour Party are leading. Kindly share your reactions via the comment section below.
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