The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has declared the Oluyole Federal Constituency Election inconclusive.
This was announced following recorded violence, destruction of ballot papers in eight polling units.
The Returning Officer who declared the result inconclusive in Idi-Ayunre, headquarters of Oluyole Local Government on Sunday said the difference in the results between the incumbent, Tolulope Akande-Sadipe of the All Progressives Congress and the candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, Abdulmojeed Olawale Mogbonjubola, was not up to the number of registered voters in the canceled eight polling units.
His words: “The APC candidate polled 9, 849 while the APC polled 9, 028 leaving just 821 votes difference whereas the number of PVC collected in the canceled polling units of Oluyole Federal Constituency is more than the difference”
He said the total PVCs collected in the Affected 8 Units are 6,537.
The returning officer however failed to mention when the rerun election will be conducted in the affected polling units