Macaroni sweeps polling unit, defeats APC’s Sanwo-Olu –

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Nigerian sensational comedian Adebowale “Debo” Adedayo, better known by his stage name Mr Macaroni, has delivered his polling station Chevy View Estate Gate for Labor Party (LP) candidate Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour in the gubernatorial election , Lekki/Ikate polls in the state.

In the published results, the LP voted against with 339 votes, while candidates from the All Progressive Congress Party (APC) and the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Babajid Sanwo-Oglu and Abdul-Aziz Oglu Rajid Adilan voted 63 and 5 against respectively.

A total of 11 votes were annulled out of 1,075 registered voters.

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