Bayelsa West Senatorial Bye-Election: PDP leads with wide margin in Sagbama LGA

The candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the Saturday senatorial bye-election in Bayelsa West Senatorial District, Hon Seriake Dickson, is in an early comfortable lead in the Sagbama Local Government Area, LGA, of the district.

The figure, contained in the collated result of the LGA, shows that while the PDP has 68,061 votes, the APC is in a distant second position with just 8,302.

The results harvested early Sunday morning from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)’s portal in Ekeremor, the second LGA in the Bayelsa West Senatorial District indicated a no contest poll as the PDP was far ahead of the APC in Euwni II Ward.

Below is the result from Sagbama as collated:

OFONI II (RA)
Registered Voter 11, 430
Accredited Voters 10, 183

PDP 9,415
APC 398

TROFANI (RA)
Registered Voters 4,463
Accredited Voters 3,679

PDP 2,970
APC 556

SAGBAMA (RA)
Registered Voters 8,904
Accredited Voters 4,158

PDP 3,187
APC 867

EBEDEBIRI (RA)
Registered Voters 9,513
Accredited Voters 7,943

PDP 7,182
APC 632

ODONI (RA)
Registered Voters 6,222
Accredited Voters 4,970

PDP 4,131
APC 784

OFONI I (RA)
Registered Voters 8,800
Accredited Voters 7,564

PDP 6,819
APC 667

ADAGBABIRI (RA)
Registered Voters 7,143
Accredited Voters 3,393

PDP 2,833
APC 327

OSSIAMA (RA)
Registered Voters 4,843
Accredited Voters 4,789

PDP 4,593
APC 147

OSEKWENIKE (RA)
Registered Voters 5,851
Accredited Voters 4,994

PDP 4,471
APC 407

ASAMABIRI (RA)
Registered Voters 4,759
Accredited Voters 3,446

PDP 2,124
APC 1,187

AGORO (RA)
Registered Voters 11, 336
Accredited Voters – 0

PDP – 0
APC – 0

TORU EBENI (RA)
Registered Voters 5,911
Accredited Voters 5,392

PDP 5,080
APC 135

AGBERE (RA)
Registered Voters 6,012
Accredited 5,936

PDP 5,026
APC 775

ANGALABIRI (RA)
Registered Voters 14,243
Accredited Voters 10,775

PDP 10, 225
APC 421

TOTAL VOTE SCORED BY BOTH PARTIES FOR SAGBAMA LGA.

PDP = 68,061
APC = 8,302

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