Appeal Court Declares Zamfara Governor Election Inconclusive The Zamfara State governorship election has been ruled as inconclusive by the Appeal Court , which is based in Abuja.The victor of the election was proclaimed by the Independent National Electoral Commission as Dauda Lawal of the Peoples Democratic Party.

    Bello Matawalle, the candidate for governor from the All Progressives Congress, had appealed the results of the March 18 governorship election to the tribunal, but his plea was denied due to lack of merit.

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    In a recent turn of events, the Court of Appeal in Abuja has made a significant declaration regarding the Zamfara State governorship election. The highly anticipated decision comes after the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had initially declared Dauda Lawal of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as the winner of the election.

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    The twist in the narrative began when the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate, Bello Matawalle, contested the outcome of the March 18 governorship election at the tribunal. However, his petition faced a setback as it was dismissed for lacking in merit.

    This latest development has brought the election back into the spotlight, raising questions about its final outcome. The Court of Appeal’s decision to declare the election inconclusive introduces a new layer of complexity to the political landscape in Zamfara.

    Political analysts and citizens alike are now eagerly awaiting further details and the potential implications of this ruling. As the situation unfolds, it promises to shape the future political dynamics of Zamfara State.

    Stay tuned for more updates as we delve deeper into the intricacies of this evolving story, providing you with comprehensive insights into the twists and turns of the Zamfara governorship election saga.

    The Court of Appeal ruled that the poll was inconclusive and directed INEC to conduct new elections in two local governments in its ruling on Thursday.

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