The Supreme Court has affirmed the election of the Governor of Kebbi State, Nasir Idris.
The Independent National Electoral Commission had declared the state election inconclusive following cancellation and overvoting in some Local Government Areas.
The electoral commission on April 15 conducted a supplementary election with, Idris, candidate of the All Progressives Congress, who scored 409,225 votes to beat Aminu Bande of the Peoples Democratic Party who polled 360,940 votes.
Not satisfied with the outcome of the election, Bande approached the tribunal.
He alleged that there was over-voting in some polling units and that Idris was not qualified to contest the election.
The tribunal deducted 1,735 votes from APC while over 900 votes were also subtracted from PDP’s results.