Mr Femi Gbajabiamila of the APC has emerged winner of the Surulere-1 Federal Constituency election held on Saturday.
According to her, Gbajabiamila polled 19,717 votes to beat his closest rival, Bolaji Jeje of PDP who scored 5,121 votes.
The returning officer said Mr Mathew Idowu of the SDP had 838 votes while Mrs Benedicta Uba of Zenith Labour Party polled 660 votes.
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Mr Ademola Oshinaya of New Nigeria Peoples Party polled 623 votes while Lumumba Savage of Party A got 337 votes.
“At the end of voting, Femi Gbajabiamila of APC satisfied the requirements of scoring highest number of votes.
“He is hereby declared the winner and is returned elected,” Oneyene said.
The NewsZenith reports that this is the sixth time Gbajabiamila is winning elections to book a seat in the Green chamber of the National Assembly.
He is the current Speaker of the House of Representatives.
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