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Edo Election 2020: See First Edo Election Result

See First Edo Election Result
See First Edo Election Result

See First Edo Election Result

Edo State Commenced It’s Governorship Election today being conducted by Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) exactly 8 am on Saturday, September 19, amidst tight security.

The election is taking place in eighteen (18) Local Government Areas (LGAs) and one hundred and ninety-two (192) wards in the state.

Local government areas where the election is taking place are:

  1. Akoko Edo with 115,343 voters;
  2. Egor has 158,817;
  3. Esan Central has 40,831;
  4. Esan North-East has 66,790;
  5. Esan South-East has 58,802;
  6. Esan West has 83,467;
  7. Etsako Central has 42,042;
  8. Etsako East has 67,715;
  9. Etsako West has 128,188, and Igueben has 34,988.
  10. Ikpoba/Okha with 214,822;
  11. Oredo, 240,197;
  12. Orhionmwon, 102,739;
  13. Ovia North-East, 113,167;
  14. Ovia South West, 77,468;
  15. Owan East, 77,827;
  16. Owan West, 46,245 and Uhunmwonde 57,290

As Stated by INEC, the number of registered voters for the election is 2,210,534. However, 483,796 PVCs were not collected, leaving 1,726,738 voters eligible to take part in today’s election.

According to the delimitation of the state, the election is conducted in the 2,627 polling units in 192 wards in the 18 LGAs of the state.

This Update See First Edo Election Result was was reported by Newsoneng and is followed up by 9jatalkative News

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