By Abdulmumin Murtala,

Kano – The ruling All Progressive Congress APC has won the supplementary election conducted in Kano by the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC in 28 affected Local Government Areas in Kano on 23rd Saturday March.

All Progressives Congress (APC) party supporters rally as they celebrate the re-election of the incumbent president and the leader of APC, in Kano on February 27, 2019. – Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari said his re-election was “free and fair”, after his beaten rival denounced the results as a “sham” and promised a legal challenge that could dominate politics for weeks. The 76-year-old one-time military ruler’s victory was confirmed late on February 26, 2019, after rescheduled polling blamed on logistical difficulties. (Photo AFP)

APC polled a total of 45,876 while the Peoples Democratic Party PDP got 10,239 votes of the 57,777 accredited voters.

This was declared by the Returning Officer Prof B. B Shehu.

Meanwhile, the final result is being collated to declare the winner.

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