All hope lost for Dino Melaye as Wada emerges Kogi PDP’s governorship candidate


There’s no more hope for Dino Melaye to contest in the forth coming governorship election in Kogi State, slated for November 16 as Musa Wada has emerged the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

The Chairman of the governorship primary election committee, Ahmadu Fintiri, told newsmen in Lokoja that Wada emerged by polling 748 votes to beat 12 other aspirants.

Fintiri, who is the Governor of Adamawa, also disclosed that another aspirant, Abubakar Ibrahim, polled 710 votes to come second, while former Gov. Idris Wada came third with 345.

Other aspirants and their scores as announced by Fintiri were Sen. Dino Melaye, 70 votes; Aminu Abubakar Suleiman, 55, Victor Adoji, 54; Erico Ahmeh, 42, AVM Salihu Atawodi (rtd), 11, Mohamed Shaibu, 4, Bayo Averehi, 2, Emmanuel Omebije, 9 and Mrs Grace Adejoh polled 0.

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