Nigeria Senate President defeated Updated for 2021

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Updated: March 5, 2021


Nigeria Senate President Bukola Saraki will not be returning to the Senate as he was defeated on Saturday.

Saraki from Kwara Central was defeated by Dr. Ibrahim Yahaya Oloriegbe of the All Progressives Congress.

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Dr. Ibrahim Yahaya Oloriegbe of the All Progressives Congress.

Oloriegbe, a medical doctor, polled a total of 123, 808 votes to defeat Saraki who scored 68, 994 votes in the four local governments of Kwara Central Senatorial District.

The result of the election was announced by the Senatorial District Returning Officer, Prof Olatunbosun Owoyomi from the University of Ilorin.

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