Gboyega Oyetola, candidate of the APC in

can report that with 25 percent of the votes in Oyetola has polled 39.6 percent, Adeleke of the PDP has polled 35.9 percent, Omisore has garnered 18 percent and Moshood Adeoti of the ADP has polled 6.5 percent.

From the Pulse situation room, the APC candidate currently has a 5,000 vote lead over Adeleke, his closest challenger.

The APC is currently winning in its strongholds of Olorunda, Osogbo and Ilesa, while the PDP is running away with majority of the votes in Ede and elsewhere.

Surprisingly, Adeleke is doing well in Ilesa, the home of the incumbent governor who belongs in the APC.

ADP’s Adeoti is eating away at Adeleke’s votes in Iwo and Omisore is doing well in his Ife base.

Incumbent Governor Rauf Aregbesola will complete his two terms of eight years in office on November 27, 2018.

Pulse will keep you up to date on the Osun election as votes from the 30 local governments in the state are collated and announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).


*The APC's lead over the PDP has increased by 9,000 since this report was last updated.