On Sunday evening, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) declared PDP candidate Olayemi Toviho for the Badagry Federal Constituency.
According to the party electoral officer, Johnson Avoseh, Mr Toviho received 31 out of 32 votes cast in the primary election, defeating Adekunle Lebile, who received one vote.
“By the power vested in me, I hereby declare Monday Olayemi the winner of the primary held in the Badagry Federal Constituency,” declared Mr Avoseh. “As a result, he is now the Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) candidate for the Badagry Federal Constituency, having received the most votes.”
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Gbenga Fayemi, the winner of the primary election for Badagry Constituency I, House of Assembly, was also declared.
Mr Fayemi received 18 votes out of the 18 total votes cast, while Stephen Adenaike received none.
“By the power vested in me, I hereby declare Gbenga Fayemi the winner of the Badagry Constituency I primary.” As a result, he is now the PDP’s candidate for Badagry Constituency 1 after receiving the most votes,” he said.
Meanwhile, Abidemi Akojenu, the PDP Badagry local government chairwoman, was not present at the primary.
Around 1:00 p.m., when she was leaving for Lagos, she stated that elections had been postponed due to logistical issues.
Some delegates’ names were substituted to favour some aspirants, according to a PDP chieftain who did not want his name mentioned.
The PDP’s Lagos State Chapter urged the party’s National Working Committee (NWC) to postpone the House of Assembly and House of Representatives primaries scheduled for Sunday in Lagos.
Its chairman, Philips Aivoji, made the announcement at a news conference in Ikeja, where he was joined by other state executives, governorship aspirants, and party leaders.
He claimed that the electoral committees’ ad hoc delegates’ lists for both primaries were tampered with.