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OPINION POLL TIPS DAPO TO WIN OGUN GOVERNORSHIP


A poll has tipped All Progressives Congress (APC) Governorship candidate, Prince Dapo Abiodun to win the Governorship race in Ogun state in the South Western part of Nigeria.

The poll conducted by Primetimenew.ng, an online newspaper believed that Prince Dapo Abiodun as the winner of the governorship election come Saturday as

Thirty seven (37) per cent of respondents across the state said they would preferred the oil and gas mogul to succeed Governor Ibikunle Amosun.

22 per cent opted for All African Democratic Congress Governorship candidate, Gboyega Nusiru Isiaka fondly called GNI while 16 percent voted in favour of Allied People Movement (APM)) governorship Candidate , Adekunle AbdulKadiril Akinlade with People’s Democratic party flag bearer in the Governorship race, Senator Buruji Kashamu scoring 14 per cent as other candidates took the balance of six per cent.

The questionnaires were designed around the aspirations of seven candidates considered to be leading contenders at the next elections. They are Abiodun of the APC, Isiaka of the ADC, Akinlade of APM, Buruji of the PDP, Oladimeji Bankole (ADP), AD) Olufade G Oluseyi (AD) and Adegbuyi Babasola of (YPP).

In the opinion poll, a total of over 4000 respondents, many of whom are residing in the state, were sampled with the question: Which of the leading governorship candidates will you trust with your vote?

Story by Oyinade Olufemilade. Online Editor: Olamide Yinusa. Publisher/CEO: Henry Femi Ojoye Jr.

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