Governor Olusegun Mimiko and the PDP governorship candidate Eyitayo Jegede have recorded big wins in their polling units as results of the Ondo election trickles in.
NAIJ.com gathered that while Jegede won in his polling unit, Ward 2 Unit 9, Mimiko won in his Ward 7, Unit 21, Ondo West local government area in Ondo town.
Jegede polled 184 votes to defeat All Progressives Congress candidate, Rotimi Akeredolu and the Alliance for Democracy candidate, Olusola Oke, who polled 77 and 32 respectively.
[caption id="attachment_1031560" align="alignnone" width="500"] Eyitayo Jegede wins in his polling unit[/caption]
The PDP candidate also polled 176 votes to defeat Akeredolu who polled 40 and Oke who recorded 15 votes in Mimiko’s polling unit.
Exactly 1,280,580 voters are expected to decide who the next governor of Ondo state will be as NAIJ.com was monitoring the proceedings.
However, voting has officially come to an end in most polling units in Ondo state and counting of the votes have commenced.
Checkout the unofficial results here