The Jigawa State Independent Electoral Commission has declared the All Progressives Congress (APC) as the winner of the local government election.
This was revealed in a press statement by the state JISIEC chairman, Muhammad Ahmad, issued to reporters in Dutse on Sunday.
He said the election, which was conducted among seventeen different political parties, was peaceful and in accordance with state electoral guidelines of the commission.
He also thanked political parties, security agencies, election observers for their contributions towards the peaceful conduct of the election.
Below are the list of the elected local government chairmen:
Auyo local government
Umar Musa of APC won the election with 40,074, votes
Yusif Abdullahi of UDP scored 2,056
Buji Local Government
Hudu Babangida of APC won the election with 43,125 votes,
Sanusi Ilu of UDB scored 2,245 votes
Hadejia Local government
Abdullahi Mai Kanti of APC won the election with 42,134 votes,
Musa Muhammad of NPC scored 440 votes
Kaugama Local government
Ahmed Yahaya Marke of APC won the election with a 35,730 votes,
Ado Haruna Abbas of PDM scored 1,772
Gwiwa Local government
Sale Ahmed Zauma of APC won the election with 35,608 votes,
Adamu Ibrahim Adamu of NCP scored 57 votes
Sule tankarkar local government
Jafaru Muhammad of APC won the election with 37,472 votes,
Abdullahi Iliya of AD scored 78 votes
Babura local government
Muhammad Ibrahim of APC won the election with 40,374,
Isyaku Lawan of UPN scored 54 votes
Dutse Local government
Bala Yakubu Yargaba of APC won the election with 79,920 votes,
Jibrin Alhaji of ACD scored 680 votes
Gagarawa Local government
Ibrahim Ya’u of APC won the election with 29,887 votes,
AD 125 votes
ACPN 193 votes
Miga local government
Muhammad A Abba of APC won the election with 41,235 votes,
Isa Koli Muhammad of NCP scored 521 votes.
Mallam Madori local government
Usaini Umaru of APC won the election with 24,061 votes
Munkaila Musa of AA 50 votes
Yankwashi local government
Dauda Dan Auwa of APC won the election with 26,258
Haruna Adamu of NDC scored 200
Kazaure local government
Jamilu Awaisu Zaki of APC won the election with 36,930 votes
Mansir Tafida of NCP scored 661
Ringim local government
Abdulrashid Illa of APC won the election with 35,113 votes
Isa A Musa of Fresh party scored 1,368 votes
Taura Local government
Baffa Yahaya Taura of APC won the election with 30,436
Bashir Majia of AA scored 354 votes
Maigatari local government
Sani Dahiru of APC won the election with 30,234 votes
Yusif A.Falanke of labour party scored 699 votes
Kafin hausa local government
Garba Abdullahi of APC won the election with49, 286.
Usman Isa of mega party scored 629
Kiyawa local government
Isyaku Adamu of APC won the election with 57,006 votes
Rabiu Abubakar of PDM scored 323 votes
Garki local government
Ghali Muktar of APC won the election with 34,279 votes
Bashir M Umar of NPC scored 258 votes
Birniwa local government
Muhammad Jaji Dole of APC won the election with 58,801 votes
Sani A Umar of mega party scored 1,081
Guri local government
Barkono Jaji Adiyani of APC won the election with 32,595 votes
Umar Girema of ACD party scored 756
Gwaram local government
AD 24 votes
Muhammad Dan Asabe of APC won the election with 90,149 votes
FDP 38 votes
LP 7 votes
NCP 19 votes
Jahun local government
Magaji Inuwa of APC won the election with 69,971 votes.
Rabiu Shehu of Accord party scored 1,083
Gumel local government
Aminu Sani of APC won the elections with 25,684
Faruq Abdullahi of LP scored 699.
Kirikasamma local government
Salisu Garba Kubayo of APC won the elections with 37,089 votes
Umar Hamza Jiyan of AD scored 1104.
Birnin Kudu local government
Wada Faka of APC won the election with 119,180 votes, Abdulhamid Muhammad scored 2324 votes.
Roni local government
Salisu Sani of APC won the election with 27,270 votes
Meanwhile the major opposition Parties in the state, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP and Social Democratic Party, SDP have described the election as the worst ever in the country.
DAILY POST reports that the major opposition parties had accused the state electoral body of denying them right to participate in the election.
Jigawa state North Central PDP Vice Chairman, Alhaji Aminu Jahun accused the state election body, JISIEC of preventing his party from fielding candidates for the local government election by refusing to sell nomination forms to their candidates.
Also Social Democratic Party SDP state chairman Alhaji Abba Anas Adamu had also accused the state electoral body of irregularities in process of the election.
He said the act was meant to denied other opposition parties an opportunity to participate in the election.
But the Jigawa state electoral commission denied the allegations, saying all political parties were carried along in the entire electioneering processes and had no right to claim that they were sidelined.