Abuja  - Below are additional results of Saturday's Senate and House of Representatives elections as announced by INEC returning officers.

In the Ogun East Senatorial District, Adegbenga Kaka (ACN) polled 76,643 votes to beat Mohammed Odunowo (PDP), 52,613 and Abiodun Odusanya (PPN), 46,148 ballots

The CPC swept the three House of Representatives seats in Zaria zone in the Kaduna North Senatorial District, with the Returning Officer for the Zaria Federal Constituency, Malam Ibrahim Babayaro, declaring Abbas Tajuddeen (CPC) as winner with 72,092 votes.

Tajuddeen defeated Idris Aliyu of PDP, who polled 32,274 votes, while Kabir Aliyu of ACN got 9,540 votes.

At Sabon-Gari Federal Constituency, Returning Officer Abdu Abdu announced that Garba Mohammed of CPC polled
51,518 votes to defeat Suleiman Abdu-Kwari (PDP) and Mas'ud Sani (ANPP) who got 31,850 and 2,204 votes respectively.
The Returning Officer for Giwa/Birnin-Gwari Federal Constituency, Malam Mohammed Ibrahim-Dutse, declared Shamsuddeen Ango-Abdullahi (CPC) as winner with 35, 871 votes, beating Hamza Ishaq (PDP) with 16,758 votes.

In the Ibadan North Federal Constituency, Abiodun Awoleye (ACN) polled 30,035 votes to defeat Kazeem Adeniyi (Accord Party), 24,519; Omotosho Ademola (PDP), 13,472 and Bello Armstrong (ANPP), 1,189 votes.

Bitrus Kaze of the PDP scored 94,774 votes to clinch the seat for the Jos South/Jos East Federal Constituency in Plateau, beating Augustine Choji of LP with 26,460 ballots.

In the Gombe/Kwami/Funakaye Federal Constituency in Gombe State, Khamisu Mailantarki (CPC) won the election with 122,987 ballots, while Ibrahim Waziri (PDP) got 44,266 votes, followed by Dr Ahmed Gana (ANPP), 8,760;
Malam Nasiru Abubakar (LP), 757 and Malam Musa Usman (ADC), 740 ballots.
Ayo Adeseun (ACN) won the senatorial election for the Oyo Central seat with 105,975 votes, while Jumoke Akinjide of the PDP came second with 78,643 ballots.

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Comment by Ebenezer Omosimua on April 12, 2011 at 12:58am
This election expresses the people's voice to an extent. All the winners should strive to work for the development of the nation and not their pockets. The people have worked for them, it is now their turn to work for the people.
Comment by Ezeukwu Stephenmartins on April 11, 2011 at 7:43am
All the newly elected bodies should try every possible effort to reach people's desire/demand,cos immediately some enters there,they forget the people that sent them there.PLEASE BEING EGOCENTRIC IS VERY AWKWARD,anyone who eats alone dies alone!Just for Our Own betterment.
Comment by Blessed Okwu on April 10, 2011 at 9:00pm
Pls, winners of this pools should not throw our hope to the dust
Comment by Odobiken Iwere Gift on April 10, 2011 at 8:10pm
I tink dis is d time 2 let nigerian politicians kw dat politics is not as lucrative as they thought. The results are showing! Let d losers accept it as their counterpart once did wen they were jubilating
Comment by TOBBY on April 10, 2011 at 7:58pm
Where is maurice iwu?  Have anybody heard from him.  I remember him telling us that nigrians will always contest elections results.  I have not heard of anybody contesting the results, instead our baby speaker just congratulated his opponent.  Our baby speaker amended the laws to take away the power from the court to remove people that rigged themselves to power. The rise and fall of bankole is a compulsory course for our future political students.
Comment by Agaga famous on April 10, 2011 at 7:49pm
Congratulations Mr President, Congratulations Prof. Jega, Congratulations NIGERIA. I sincerely believe that this country is changing for good
Comment by Ojobo michael on April 10, 2011 at 7:20pm
God help in our electoral reform in this country
Comment by Ola Akin on April 10, 2011 at 6:28pm
What happen in Iyabo Obj senatorial district?
Comment by Apostle Paul O. Johnson on April 10, 2011 at 6:08pm
This is fantastic. PDP seem to be going.
Comment by Abdulzeez Biodun on April 10, 2011 at 6:04pm
Change we need NIGERIA may God grant and help us.

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