Emure LGA – Ekiti Guber Election 2018 Results (Official & Unofficial)

Emure LGA Result Ekiti Guber Election 2018. Here are the unofficial and Official results from Emure Local Govt. Area at the ongoing Ekiti Gubernatorial Elections conducted by The INEC – Independent National Electoral Commission.

Emure LGA Result Ekiti Guber Election 2018

Election Date: Saturday, July 14, 2018


About Emure LGA

Emure is a town in the Ekiti State of Nigeria. It is also called Emure Ekiti.

It became much better known after the king of Emure’s grandson Adewale Ogunleye made it into the NFL for the Chicago Bears.


Ekiti Guber Election 2018 – Meet The Contestants

There are a total of 35 Aspirants vieing for the Governorship seat.

Here are the most popular ones.

1. Kayode Fayemi – All Progressives Congress (APC)

Dr Fayemi hails from Isan Ekiti in Oye Local Government Area of the North Senatorial District of the state. He first served as the state governor since 2010 but lost his re-election to the incumbent Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose in 2014.

Fayemi consequently joined President Buhari’s cabinet in late 2015 and served as the Minister of Solid Minerals Development. He resigned as a minister on May 30 after being declared as the APC candidate to pursue his governorship ambition.

2. Kolapo Olusola – Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)

Professor Kolapo Olusola is the incumbent deputy governor of Ekiti State from Ikere Ekiti in Ekiti South Senatorial District. Before his election as deputy governor, Olusola was an accomplished lecturer at the Department of Building in Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile Ife, for at least two decades.


Ekiti Guber Election 2018 Results – Emure LGA


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#EkitiDecides2018 results:

Emure Local Government

Registered voters = 33,459

Total votes cast = 14,949

Accredited voters: = 15,002

APC = 7, 048

PDP = 7,121 (Winner)

**Keep Refreshing this Page as Results will be added as they are released***

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