Musa Muhammad Adamu has emerged the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for the bye-election into the vacant Babura/Garki Federal Constituency of Jigawa State.
Adamu is the son of Muhammad Adamu the late lawmaker representing Garki/Babura Federal Constituency.
The first was held on Monday at Babura Native Authorities Secretariat.
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Adamu polled 547 votes to defeat three different candidates amongst which is his brother Aliyu Muhammad Adamu who polled 32 votes.
The Chief Returning Officer, Muhammad Aminu Ibrahim whereas declaring the outcomes stated the whole accredited votes had been 605, complete vote solid was 604, complete legitimate votes 600 and complete invalid votes had been 4.
He listed the names of the 4 candidates that participated within the major their votes to incorporate: Idris Zangina Muhammad – 20 votes, Aliyu Muhammad Adamu – 32 votes, Musa Adamu Muhammad – 547 votes and Isa Dogon Yaro zero votes.
The Resident Commissioner of the Unbiased Nationwide Electoral Fee (INEC) within the state, Mahmuda Isah, who supervised the election, described the election as free, truthful and credible.
The electoral physique had earlier mounted the bye-election following the demise of Honourable Muhammad Fagengawo who was the member representing the constituency till his demise in December 2019.