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Update:Delta State Guber Re-run; How They Fared!

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PDP win 13GAs, DPP has 10LGAs (23GA, Result Released By INEC) Just like we declared in our exit polls earlier, results of the Delta state governorship rerun election so far released at the INEC headquarters in Asaba, shows a keenly contested race.

Huhuonline.com can say that results from twenty three local gove rnment council areas has been released and PDP is leading in thirteen, while DPP has ten.

 
In Oshimili South, Democratic Peoples Party (DPP) led with 2,811 while the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has 2,466 votes out of 5,532 valid votes cast.

Oshimili North- PDP (4,412), DPP- 1,310,     
Ika South- PDP (5,476) and DPP (2,767),       
Ukwani- DPP (7,168), PDP- (2,277),       
Patani- PDP (7,583) PDP (1,975),     
Aniocha North- PDP (4,809), DPP- (1,105),     
Ika North East- DPP (2,830), PDP- (14,360),     
Okpe- DPP (5,266), PDP (4,059).    
Ndokwa East- DPP (1, 736), PDP- (6,856),     
Uvwie- DPP (10,719), PDP- (2,402),     
Ethiope East- DPP (18,916), PDP (1,282),    
Ethiope West- DPP (2,879), PDP (17,335),     
Aniocha South- DPP (1,312), PDP (5,692),     
Sapele- DPP (4,657), PDP (4,360),     
Ndokwa West- DPP (6112), PDP (3632),
Warri North- DPP (470), PDP(37,139) ,
Warri South- DPP (8195), PDP(48,659),
Bomadi - DPP (4,354), PDP(21,632),
Isoko South -DPP(5,523), PDP(9,567)
Isoko North-DPP(7,785), PDP(5,808).
Ughelli South- DPP(8,103) , PDP(2,961)
Udu- DPP(18,457), PDP(1364)
Warri South - DPP(2,836), PDP(50,933)
As at press time, more results  are still been awaited to be collated and presented by the various collation officers attached to the remaning  three local government  areas.

Chairman of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Attahiru Jega has acknowledged that there were flaws in the electoral process in the Delta state governorship rerun election.

  Jega, who admitted that the existing voters register lacks credibility and needed to be revalidated, said that the Appeal court order which nullified the April 2007 election and gave 90 days deadline did not permit INEC time to revalidate the former voters' register for the purpose of the rerun election.

  He noted that the Delta rerun poll was the first opportunity for the commission to organize a governorship election.'The existing register lacks credibility and needed to be revalidated. We took the business very serious and made adequate preparations by learning from past mistakes to meet the aspirations of Nigerians for a free and fair election.'