The candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Muhammad Adamu, has emerged the winner of Saturday’s Kafinhausa State Constituency by-election in Jigawa.
Adamu polled 14,924 votes to beat different candidates within the election.
NAN experiences that the ballot happened within the 120 polling items within the space.
Prof. Ahmed Kutama, the Returning Officer, declared the outcome on the collation centre in Kafinhausa Native Authorities Space.
He mentioned the APC candidate defeated his closest rival, Garba Muhammad Tambale, of the Peoples Democratic Social gathering (PDP), who polled 8,612 votes.
The electoral officer declared Adamu the winner, having secured the best variety of votes.
The third contestant was Usman Isyako of the Allied Peoples Motion (APM) who secured 72 votes, NAN experiences.
APC wins Jigawa by-election