Biodun Oyebanji wins Ekiti APC governorship primary election

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Biodun Oyebanji has won the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship primary election in Ekiti state.

Oyebanji, a former secretary to the state government (SSG), defeated other aspirants to emerge winner of the primary election yesterday.

He polled 101,703 votes, while his closest challengers; Ojo Kayode had 767, Opeyemi Bamidele had 760 and Dayo Adeyeye polled 691 votes.

The result was announced by Mohammed Badaru, Jigawa state governor and chairman of the primary election committee.

Oyebanji will be the APC’s standard-bearer in the governorship election to be conducted on June 18 by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).



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