Kaduna State governor, Nasir Ahmed el-Rufa’i, couldn’t deliver his polling unit in the local government election that held in the State, yesterday .
This is as the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP), defeated El-Rufai’s All Progressives Congress, (APC), in both the chairmanship and councillorship elections in his polling unit.
El-Rufa’i voted in the Polling Unit 001 Ungwar Sarki, Kaduna-North local government area, where he said his aim is to deliver the unit and win the entire election for the APC.
However, the PDP won the polling unit when the results were announced by the Presiding Officer of the Unit, Muhammad Sani.
According to the results declared, APC polled 62 votes in the chairmanship election while PDP got 86 votes out of the 159 votes cast. In the councillorship election, APC got 53 votes while PDP emerged victorious with 100 votes out of 162 total votes cast
Speaking earlier while casting his vote, el-Rufa’i had said the people will be allowed to determine who they want as leaders, as there will be no government interference in the election.
He promised to deliver a credible election devoid of cheating and rigging.