Result of election so far counted, revealed Uche Secondus, a former Acting Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has emerged winner of the Chairmanship poll of Nigeria’s leading opposition party.
Secondus defeated Tunde Adeniran, consensus candidate of the South-West zone, and Raymond Dokpesi, to clinch the top spot.
Adeniran scored 230 votes to place second while Dokpesi came a distant third with 66 votes.
Secondus was widely favoured by Rivers Governor, Nyesom Wike for the position.
Wike and his Ekiti counterpart, were accused by Adeniran and Dokpesi to have doctored the outcome of the election.
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