The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has declared the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for Osun State House of Assembly, Odo-Otin State Constituency, Prince Adetoyi Michael Adeyinka winner in the Saturday’s state Assembly election.
Adeyinka defeated his main opponent from the Peoples Democratic Party PDP, Prince Adewale Egbedun.
The retuning Officer, Prof Mabayoje Aluko declared Prince Adeyinka winner having scored the highest votes of 13619 to defeat Prince Egbedun of PDP who polled 8304 votes.
Appreciating the people of the Odo-Otin state constituency for their support during the state Assembly election, Adetoyi said he was so impressed by the turn out of his people during the poll.
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