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Banky W wins PDP House of Reps primaries in Lagos

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Mr Olubankole Wellington (Banky W) a Nigerian celebrity was on Monday, declared winner of the PDP primaries for Eti-Osa constituency House of Representatives ticket for the 2023 general elections.

Banky W had a landslide victory, polling 28 out of 31 votes cast by delegates at the primaries.

Our correspondent reports that the delegates consisted of 31 adhoc members of the PDP and one national delegate.

Banky W contested against a legal practitioner, Mr Sam Aiboni who polled three votes.

The Returning Officer, Mr Ayodele Kazeem, who declared the results, described the process as peaceful and transparent.

Banky W told our correspondent that the election was a free and fair one, he stated that he had won the election by the grace of God and the will of the people.

He expressed gratitude to the party for the opportunity to represent it and said that he was very thankful to the people as well.

“I am overwhelmed by the support of my constituency, the people, the ward chairmen, the leaders and the chieftains of the party.

“I feel the support even from the grassroot, honestly, I can’t be more happy than I am now,” he said.

Banky added that he had a message, a vision and a mandate do things better in the constituency and that he would achieve them through transparency, accountability and service.

“The real work begins now, the primaries is just the start and thankfully, we have the grace of God with us; we move,” he added.

Our correspondent reports that if Rep. Babajide Obanikoro, son of former minister of state for defence, Sen. Musiliu Obanikoro picks the APC return ticket in its upcoming primaries, he will be slugging it out with Banky W for the seat

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