Candidate of the Accord in the Oyo governorship election, Chief Adebayo Adelabu lost his polling unit to the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), governor Seyi Makinde.
At the election held at Unit 10, ward 9, Ibadan South East, Accord polled 38 valid votes, while the PDP had 60 valid votes.
Candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Senator Teslim Folarin polled 22 votes to emerge third in the polling unit.
African Democratic Congress (ADC) polled a single vote while there were 18 invalid votes.
A total of 138 voters were accredited out of the unit that had 472 voters.
The PDP also won the House of Assembly in the unit polling 53 votes.
The Accord polled 42 votes followed by APC which had 23 votes, the ADC had one vote while there were 20 invalid votes.
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