Al-Mustapha won the election with a total of 506 votes through an option-A voting process against its only opponent, Mr Samson Odupitam, who polled 216 votes.
He was declared as the party’s presidential flag bearer at the AA Special National Primary Election held on Thursday in Abuja.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that earlier, Sen. Tunde Anifowose and Amb. Felix Osakwe stepped down from the presidential race for Al-Mustapha, whom they described as most popular and powerful amongst other aspirants.
A total of 972 delegates were to vote, however, 851 delegates were accr
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