Following the completion of re-run elections into the Kaduna State House of Assembly, the All Progressive Congress (APC) has 22 elected members, while the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has 12 elected members of the total 34 seats.
In a statement signed by Malam Yahaya Baba Pate, the Kaduna State Secretary of the APC, he said the party won in the supplementary elections conducted in four constituencies.
He commended the electorates for voting for them and assured residents of the state of the dividend of democracy as they resume office in May.
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He further thanked the residents of Giwa West, Kudan, Kauru, and Sanga state constituencies for voting for them during the supplementary elections in spite of intimidation and monetary inducement to persuade voters.
“The people of Kudan constituency showed an uncommon resolve in the last supplementary election by voting for APC, in a local government where the gubernatorial candidates of PDP and NNPP hail from,” he said.
According to him, with APC’s victory at Giwa West, Kudan, Kauru, and Sanga state constituencies, the party now has 22 House of Assembly members-elect in a state legislature that has 34 members.